Learning C for Arduino

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Learn
  • Play with mathematical operations using C
  • Use logical operations and loops to play with LEDs and the Arduino board
  • Create custom functions using C and connect an SD card to the Arduino
  • Use Object-oriented Programming to connect a GSM module to the Arduino board
  • Play with an LCD board and Servo using standard Arduino libraries
  • Build projects using Arduino such as a LED cube, a smart weather system, and home security
  • Identify and fix common errors on an Arduino board
About

This book will start with the fundamentals of C programming and programming topics, such data types, functions, decision making, program loops, pointers, and structures, with the help of an Arduino board. Then you will get acquainted with Arduino interactions with sensors, LEDs, and autonomous systems and setting up the Arduino environment. Moving on you will also learn how to work on the digital and analog I/O, establish serial communications with autonomous systems, and integrate with electronic devices. By the end of the book, you will be able to make basic projects such as LED cube and smart weather system that leverages C.

Features
  • Get hands-on experience with the Ardruino board and learn to control it with your programming skills
  • Learn the essential concepts of C such as variables, data structures, functions, loops, and pointers
  • Work with electronic devices such as LEDs, switches, and motors and connect them to Arduino using C
Page Count 378
Course Length 11 hours 20 minutes
ISBN 9781787120099
Date Of Publication 24 Mar 2017

Authors

Syed Omar Faruk Towaha

Syed Omar Faruk Towaha has degrees in physics and computer engineering. He is a technologist, tech speaker, and physics enthusiast from Shahjalal University of Science and Technology. He has a passion for programming, tech writing, and physics experiments. His recent publications include Introduction to Rust Programming, Learning C for Arduino, and JavaScript Projects for Kids. Over the last decade, he has worked on a number of projects related to physics, computer science, electronics, and medical science. He is currently working as the CTO of an IT company.