- Arduino software
- Arduino hardware
- Circuit board diagrams
- Easy to follow examples
- Covers basic fundamentals of Arduino
- Connectivity with other devices
Arduino For Dummies by John Nussey
Do you want to learn more about what makes Arduino so unique, and how it can work with other components? You’ve come to the right place! The first thing to remember about Arduino is that it’s an open-source electronics platform, meaning that all of its designs are available for free to be studied, used, modified, and remixed in any way you see fit!
Arduino has been growing in popularity over the last few years because of its ease of use and compatibility with other open-source technologies.
Arduino For Dummies, written by John Nussey, aims to explain the basics of Arduino and help you get started with it by providing detailed information on basic functions and commands. If you’re looking to start working with Arduino but don’t know where to begin, look no further than this resource that will guide you through the basics of Arduino while showing you some examples of how they can be implemented in real life.
If you’re looking to learn about the Arduino microcontroller, this easy-to-read book by John Nussey can help you get started on all of the basics of working with and programming this electronics platform to do just about anything you want. The Arduino For Dummies guide will help you understand how an Arduino works, what different types are available, and much more!
About the Author
John Nussey is a home automation enthusiast who spends his days and nights tinkering in his basement. He’s also author of The Raspberry Pi For Dummies, Internet of Things with Arduino Blueprints, and Arduino Coding Projects for Beginners. He lives in London with his wife and two children. You can find him on Twitter at @jfnussey.
Table of Contents
1. Setting Up 2. Control 3. Programming 4. Sensors 5. DIY Projects 6. Hacking 7. Arduino Apps 8. Working with Tools 9. Building Your Own 10 Appendix
What’s in the Book?
Arduino For Dummies provides an introduction to Arduino’s capabilities and development environment. The projects walk you through every step from setting up your work area to completing a final project.
You start with basic programming principles and quickly progress to more complex ideas like networking, adding Internet connectivity, or even controlling high-voltage appliances.
When you’re done with one project, it’s easy to adapt it for your own purposes—and when you’re done with all of them, you’ll be ready to go on to more advanced topics! Regardless of your previous knowledge or experience level, Arduino For Dummies helps get you started making amazing things right away.
How to Use This Book
Whether you’re just getting started with Arduino or want to dive deeper into programming, Arduino For Dummies gives you an easy-to-follow guide for building your next electronics project. The book begins with an introduction to using Arduino and writing code in C++.
From there, it covers various types of inputs and outputs and provides step-by-step instructions for building several fun projects, including a burglar alarm and automated pet feeder. If you’re new to Arduino, you’ll find helpful how-to information here to get started on your first project.
Experienced users will love gaining more insight into some of their favorite open source hardware kits.
You can visit Arduino’s website to learn more about it.
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