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Getting started with Arduino

Getting started with Arduino

Download Arduino tutorial for beginners, 93-page PDF tutorial created by StackOverFlow.

Table of contents

  • Getting started with arduino
  • What is Arduino?
  • Why Use Arduino?
  • First Time Setup
  • Serial monitor
  • LED - With Button control
  • Analog Inputs
  • Print out an Analog Value
  • Get Voltage From Analog Pin
  • Arduino IDE
  • Installing on Windows
  • Portable app on Windows
  • Installing on Fedora
  • Installing on Ubuntu
  • Installing on macOS
  • Audio Output
  • Basic Note Outputs
  • Bluetooth Communication
  • Basic bluetooth hello world
  • Data Storage
  • SD card datalogger
  • SD card file dump
  • SD card basic file example
  • Listfiles
  • SD card read/write
  • Digital Inputs
  • Pushbutton reading
  • Digital Output
  • Write to pin
  • Functions
  • Create simple function
  • Call a function
  • Hardware pins
  • Arduino Uno R3
  • How Python integrates with Arduino Uno
  • First serial communication between Arduino and Python
  • How to store variables in EEPROM and use them for permanent storage
  • Store a variable in EEPROM and then retrieve it and print to screen
  • I2C Communication
  • Multiple slaves
  • Interrupt on Button Press
  • Libraries
  • Installing libraries with the Library Manager
  • Including libraries in your sketch.
  • Liquid Crystal Library
  • Do ... While
  • Flow Control
  • MIDI Communication
  • Control a DC motor through the Serial port using PWM
  • Basics: initialize the SPI and a chip select pin, and perform a 1-byte transfer
  • Time Management
  • Blocking vs. non-blocking code
  • Implementation details
  • blocking blinky with delay()
  • Non-blocking blinky with the elapsedMillis library (and class)
  • Using Arduino with Atmel Studio 7
  • To include libraries in your sketch
  • To add the terminal window
  • Atmel Studio 7 imported sketch example
  • Variables and Data Types

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Submitted On: 2019-04-27

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