Join Zahraa Khalil for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning Arduino: Foundations.
- [Zahraa] Thanks for taking the time…to join me in this course.…You can also check out the library…for my other Arduino course,…Interfacing with Hardware,…where we interface with more complex devices…like 7-segment LED, keypad, and LCD,…or Pulse Width Modulation course with Ray.…If you'd like to know more about the concepts…and check out other projects,…you can refer to the Arduino website…to check the resources and tutorials.…You can also use the Arduino software…by going to Help,…and click on the References.…
When you click on the References,…this will take you to a local page…with all the language references,…so you don't need an internet connection for that.…So you can scroll down…for any function or variable.…And if you click on that,…it takes you to another page…with an explanation and an example.…I hope this gives you a starting point…to dive into Arduino.…Feel free to contact me on LinkedIn.…I'd love to hear about your exciting projects.…
- What's an Arduino?
- Creating an Arduino program
- Using the setup() and loop() functions
- Using the pinMode() and digitalWrite() commands
- Creating your first sketch
- Writing code to turn LEDs on and off
- Wiring a pushbutton to Arduino
- Activating an LED with a pushbutton
Skill Level Beginner
Learning Arduino: Interfacing with Hardwarewith Zahraa Khalil1h 40m Intermediate
Learning Arduino: Pulse Width Modulationwith Rae Hoyt1h 16m Intermediate
1. Introduction to Arduino
2. Creating an Arduino Program
3. Interface with Ouptut: LED
4. Interface with Input: Pushbutton
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