What you’ll learn in Arduino Step by Step: Getting Started
- Create simple circuits that implement simple functions using the Arduino Uno.
- Create simple Arduino sketches that can read sensor data, blink LEDs, display text on an LCD screen, read the position of a potentiometer, and more.
- Learn what the Arduino is and how to use it.
- Prototyping is something you should be aware of.
- Analog and digital inputs and outputs are both important to understand.
- Learn how to communicate with other devices using the Arduino.
- Voltage, current, resistance, and continuity can all be measured with a multimeter.
- Make permanent projects with protoboards.
- Write, compile, and upload sketches, and install libraries using the Arduino IDE.
- Understand the fundamental concepts, structures, and keywords of Arduino programming.
- Detect and quantify visible, colored, and ultraviolet light.
- Temperature, humidity, and acceleration are all measurements that should be taken.
- The sensor’s distance from an object in front of it is measured.
- When a person enters a room, you should be able to detect them.
- Find a sound source.
- Play music and make a lot of noise.
- On a liquid crystal display, display text.
- A computer that runs Windows, Mac OS, or Linux
- The Uno Arduino
- As listed in Section 1 of the course, electronic components such as resistors, LEDs, and sensors
- A mini breadboard, jumper wires, a multimeter, a soldering iron, and solder, as well as a wire cutter, are all necessary tools.
- Electronics can make you happy.
January 2021 (UPDATED)
I’ve added a whole new section to this course where you’ll learn how to use arrays in Arduino sketches, which is a very useful skill to have because it allows you to program repetitive tasks with just a few lines of code.
This is Tech Explorations’ original, legendary Arduino course on Udemy, with Dr. Peter Dalmaris’ unwavering support.
Thousands of students rely on it, which includes over 16 hours of content, quizzes, a Github code repository, thousands of active student discussions, and a plethora of downloadable and linked resources.
Who this course is for:
- Students over 10 years of age, or younger with with adult supervision. Young students should be supervised at all times when using a soldering iron.
- Students with a little or no prior experience with electronics or programming.
|File Name :||Arduino Step by Step: Getting Started Free Download|
|Genre / Category:||IT & Software|
|File Size :||6.89 gb|
|Publisher :||Dr. Peter Dalmaris|
|Updated and Published:||11 Nov,2021|