A while back I made a video generally explaining the hardware of the Arduino, giving you an idea of what it is, and what it can be used for. Now it’s time to move to the next stage, how to program for the Arduino! This is programming, and while it’s not really that hard, it IS a lot of information to take in so we’re going to break the video into multiple parts to make it easier to digest.
Here’s part one, giving you an introduction to some general programming concepts and terminology that will be helpful as you move ahead.
Enjoy, and when you’re finished with this part, be sure to watch Part 2!
Here’s what you’ll need:
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- Arduino Uno
- Electronics Parts Kit (LEDs, resistors, buttons, potentiometers)
- Breadboard & Jumper wires
- Arduino Development Environment (free)