Arduino Succinctly (Marko Švaljek)

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Arduino Succinctly (Marko Švaljek)

With the help of microcontrollers like Arduino, you can create Internet of Things (IoT) devices, environment sensors and controls, visual and audible warnings based on input, and more.

This is a terrific way to get started with physical computing. Author Marko Valjek covers the basics of the Arduino Uno board and how it interacts with standard components in his book Arduino Succinctly.

  • Introduction and Getting Started
  • Building Circuits with LED's
  • Working with Buttons
  • Using Buzzers
  • Measuring Environment Conditions
  • Detecting Objects
  • Networking
  • Conclusion

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