Free Book Coding the Arduino: Building Fun Programs, Games, and Electronic Projects

Coding the Arduino: Building Fun Programs, Games, and Electronic Projects 

Free Book Coding the Arduino: Building Fun Programs, Games, and Electronic Projects
Free Book Coding the Arduino: Building Fun Programs, Games, and Electronic Projects

Author(s): Bod Dukish

Series: Technology in Action

Publisher: Apress, Year: 2018**


Get started with Arduino and computer coding. This new e-book is supposed to Arduino and computer coding. And search for competencies to write microcontroller applications that can operate on specific inputs and operate electromechanical output devices.

Arduino Encoding has 4 sections: Heritage Information, Entertainment Development, Electronic Video Games and Projects, and Upstream Programs. The remaining chapters increase the performance of some of the packages presented in the previous chapters, and challenge your main projects.

Initiatives will be described where the entered application code can be modified, or where two or more style applications can be used to compile a new program as an answer to the problem being presented. In addition, general questions are offered when each chapter is abandoned to look at your understanding of the material.


Communication and creativity Life forms on our planet are biologically programmed through evolution They care about their surroundings for self-preservation, but some go One step further. There is a common expression: "Curiosity killed the cat."
Our Human species are also very curious (though not equal) Cat), but our curiosity is associated with communication and creativity That drove humanity to become the dominant species planet.
What is really special about humankind is our ability to discover, Keep, move, and most importantly, synthesize new concepts.  

The The societal knowledge we collect allows us as a species to learn from Past experiences, and we use our creativity to develop completely new ideas.

This has led to modern technological wonders like the phone, Television, computers and all other items are everywhere in our modern day lifestyle.

An insatiable humanity needs to relate to others Communication and information builds a database of knowledge where Creative thinking can then be applied to synthesize new concepts. This is It is undeniable how exponential growth has been in technological progress Event. Paraphrasing Sir Isaac Newton, "Stand on Shoulders." Giants. "

We can extrapolate back into prehistoric times and make educated people Assuming that knowledge is shared in early societies by individuals Decoration after others inside the group even before speaking or writing The language was developed. As time progresses and history evolves, we are We know through the writings that the first humans were seeking to satisfy their curiosity Use creative thinking to understand the world around them.

Most early civilizations imagined that mysterious entities created Order of the surrounding world, was the division of good and evil Explain it as the intention of the benevolent or malevolent deities. Early Greek myths gave fictional interpretations of the world by looking
Even the stars are hard to reach and connect their patterns with Supernatural concepts. Later, their civilization provided with The beginnings of science from the enlightened interpretations of the material world Conclusion by logical reasoning. The first Greek scholars explained
From an indirect phenomenon, such as electricity, provides us with:

Work knowledge that is still used to some extent to this day. Very fast, In the grand scheme of things, mankind went to think about everything It was magical and out of human control for a basic understanding of The atom as an indivisible building brick for which chemical elements
They make up the universe. It looks like we have now reached the point where it is
Exponential growth function to advance leading knowledge Great jumps in both explosive science and technology! Atoms are building blocks of matter, as the early Greeks believed,
But the science of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century was discovered
That atoms are made of a group of three subatomic particles: 

Electrons, protons and neutrons. Thanks to mathematicians, particles Physicists, and supercolliders, now know that protons and neutrons It consists of smaller subatomic particles called quarks, which Physicists gave fictional names in identifying different types such as
Up, down, up, down, magic, strange.

What you will learn

Understand the basic technology standards, about analog and electronic electronics, and create video games from scratch, the place where you play interactively against the program. Get an introduction to artificial intelligence (AI)

For whom is this book

Amateurs and electronic hobbyists from all fields are looking to start with Arduinos.