If you are just starting your Arduino journey, this could be a good place to start…
As part of my job as a Senior Developer, I held an internal workshop for the IT department where Developers, Architects, Project managers, Devops and others could come and learn what you can do with the Arduino.
The result was a PowerPoint presentation plus a number of basic prototype examples I made to ease the process of getting started.
The workshop was a great success, so I’m now sharing the material with the hope that this will help others getting started on Arduino Development.
Please do comment if you find these useful, and if you have any additions, let me know!
Links to the getting started guides:
- Getting started (1/5)
- Basic Components and Modules (2/5)
- Using the Multimeter for Arduino projects (3/5)
- Installing and understanding the Arduino IDE (4/5)
- Uploading your first program! (5/5)
Links to the basic examples:
- Blink example
- Fart-o-sensor (MQ-4)
- Alcohol-sensor (MQ-3)
- Distance alarm (Ultrasonic sensor)
- Motion alarm (PIR sensor)
- Laser trip-wire alarm (Laser & LDR resistor)
- Plant Monitor (Soil moisture sensor)
- Snail mail alarm (RF 433MHz RX & TX)
- LCD Display (1602 w. I2C module)
- LCD Display (without I2C module)
I hope you enjoy building Arduino prototypes!