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Arduino Environment

This module provides an introduction to the Arduino environment which is composed of three things: the Arduino board, the Arduino IDE, and the Arduino-compatible shields together with their libraries. We first investigate the board, discussing all of its main components, inputs, and outputs. We discuss how each component is used and we examine the board schematic to see how they are connected. We then discuss the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) which is used primarily to write, compile, and upload code. We survey the interface of the IDE and discuss how to install and use it. We also examine the use of shields to extend the functionality of an Arduino-based system. We discuss how shield libraries provide a useful abstraction to facilitate programming.

9 videos (Total 51 minutos), 4 readings, 2 quizzes
9 videos
Lecture 1.1: Arduino Platform8m
Lecture 1.2: Arduino Board7m
Lecture 1.3: Direct Programming3m
Lecture 2.1: Arduino Schematics4m
Lecture 2.2: Arduino IDE7m
Lecture 2.3: Compiling Code4m
Lecture 3.1: Arduino Shields and Libraries6m
Lecture 3.2: Arduino Basic Setup6m
4 lecturas
Pre-Course Survey10m
Course Overview10m
Module 1 Objectives10m
Module 1 Reading10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 1 Quiz16m
4 horas para completar

C Programming

This module covers the basics of the C programming language which will be used to write code for the Arduino. The course first covers basic syntax, variables, and types. Most of the basic C operators are presented. Conditional statements (if, switch) and loops (while, for) are described. The concept of functions is presented together with how to define and call functions. Creation and use of global variables is explained.

9 videos (Total 62 minutos), 4 readings, 2 quizzes
9 videos
Lecture 1.1: Setting Up Your Environment7m
Lecture 1.2: Hello World6m
Lecture 1.3: Variables4m
Lecture 2.1: Basic C Operators6m
Lecture 2.2: Conditionals7m
Lecture 2.3: Loops8m
Lecture 3.1: Functions10m
Lecture 3.2: Global Variables7m
4 lecturas
Module 2 Objectives10m
Module 2 Mandatory Reading10m
Module 2, Recommended Reading10m
Planning Ahead for Modules 3 and 410m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 2 Quiz16m
4 horas para completar

Arduino Programs

This module describes the composition of an Arduino program, or sketch, and the process by which it is compiled and uploaded. The Arduino IDE is a user interface for the software tools which actually compile and upload the program. We outline the use of these tools in the build process. We describe the basic structure of a sketch, including the use of the setup() and loop() functions. The main interface of an Arduino is through its pins, so we describe how to access those pins from a sketch.

10 videos (Total 58 minutos), 3 readings, 2 quizzes
10 videos
Lecture 1.1: Arduino Toolchain5m
Lecture 1.2: Cross-Compilation4m
Lecture 1.3: Arduino Sketches9m
Lecture 2.1: Classes7m
Lecture 2.2: Sketch Structure4m
Lecture 2.3: Pins7m
Lecture 3.1: Input and Output6m
Lecture 3.2: Blink Example5m
Video Demonstration: Arduino Blink Example4m
3 lecturas
Module 3 Objectives10m
Module 3 Reading10m
Information About the Arduino10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 3 Quiz16m
4 horas para completar

Module 4

This module is an introduction on debugging embedded software on an Arduino. We discuss the basic debugging requirements: controllability and observability. The debugging environment available for an Arduino UNO is limited, so we describe how to use the UART communication protocol to gain controllability and observability. We present the use of the Serial library to communicate with the Arduino through the serial monitor.

9 videos (Total 72 minutos), 4 readings, 2 quizzes
9 videos
Lecture 1.1: Debugging12m
Lecture 1.2: Debug Environments12m
Lecture 1.3: Debug via Serial8m
Lecture 2.1: UART Protocol7m
Lecture 2.2: UART Synchronization7m
Lecture 2.3: UART Parity and Stop6m
Lecture 3.1: Serial on Arduino (Updated)11m
Lecture 3.2: Reading from Serial4m
4 lecturas
Module 4 Objectives10m
Module 4 Reading10m
Information about the Arduino10m
End-of-Course Survey10m
1 ejercicio de práctica
Module 4 Quiz16m
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por MRAug 9th 2016

A very good course to teach you the basics of Arduino platform and IDE. It'll help you get started on how to code your programs and lets you build up on it. I'd definitely recommend for a beginner.

por MKAug 7th 2017

very good course to have basic understanding of C programming software , Arduino software which is explained in a very simple language where i was finding difficult before attending this course



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