Web-Based Embedded System Simulator
What you'll learn
- you will learn about Arduino IDE
- Learn about Micropython
- Learn about Raspberry Pi Paco
- Learn about Arduino Nano
- Learn about ESP32
- Learn about Arduino Mega
- Learn about Wokwi Docs Simulate IoT Projects in Your Browser
- Learn about Arduino Libraries examples
- Learn how to create embedded systems of any complexity!
- This course will teach you how to develop embedded systems using C programming language.
- Learn all the basics about electronics, embedded systems and microcontrollers.
- Arduino IDE
- Internet connection
- Laptop or PC
An introduction to the design and analysis of web-based embedded systems is provided in this course. Students will gain knowledge of the many parts of a web-based embedded system and investigate how these systems can be utilized to increase efficiency, dependability, and safety. Real-time operating systems, networked systems, and sensor networks will all be covered in the course.
Web-based embedded system simulator helps you design and debug your systems before they hit the market, the first-ever free simulator to simulate Arduino, ESP, Raspberry Pi, and other boards.
An online electronics simulator. It may be used to emulate the Arduino, ESP32, and a variety of other well-known boards, components, and sensors.
This course provides a web-based embedded system simulator that allows students to experience working with an embedded system. The simulator is used to provide a virtual environment for the students to develop and test their embedded systems.
This course provides an introduction to the design and implementation of embedded systems using a web-based simulator. The course covers the basics of embedded systems, including processor architecture, operating systems, and programming. Students will work on a series of projects that will allow them to apply the concepts learned in the course.
Following are a few brief examples of items you can create:
Arduino Uno "Hello World"
Blink an LED on ESP32
Monitor the weather on ATtiny85
Control 32 Servos with Arduino Mega
Animate an LED Matrix with FastLED
7 Segment Counter with MicroPython on ESP32
Course Unique Features:
WiFi simulation - Connect your simulated project to the internet. You can use MQTT, HTTP, NTP, and many other network protocols.
Virtual Logic Analyzer - Capture digital signals in your simulation (e.g. UART, I2C, SPI) and analyze them on your computer.
Advanced debugging with GDB - Powerful Arduino and Raspberry Pi Pico debugger for advanced users.
SD card simulation - Store and retrieve files and directories from your code. Club members can also upload binary files (such as images)
In this course, you may discover how to join and know the benefits of this platform.
This includes Guides:
Why this platform?
Start right now.
No waiting for components, or downloading large software. Your browser has everything you need to start coding your next IoT project in seconds.
Mistakes are okay.
You can't destroy the virtual hardware. Trust us, we tried. So don't worry about frying your precious components. And unlike real hardware, you can always undo it.
Easy to get help and feedback.
Sharing a link to your project is all you need.
Gain confidence in your code.
Separate hardware and software issues.
No need to scavenge parts from old projects. Use as many parts as you need, without worrying about project price and stock.
A place for you to share your projects, ask for help and get inspiration.
Why should you take this course?
you will learn about Arduino IDE
Learn about Arduino Mega
Learn about ESP32
Learn about Arduino Nano
Learn about Raspberry Pi Paco
Learn about Micropython ESP32
Learn about the example Arduino Libraries
A web-based embedded system simulator course is a course that allows students to learn about embedded systems by using a web-based simulator. This type, of course, can be very useful for students who are interested in learning about embedded systems, but who may not have access to a physical simulator.
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Who this course is for:
- this is for Arduino Enthusiast
- this is for Arduino Hobbyist
- this is can be also for begginers in Arduino or Embedded System .
- this is for Anyone who wants to explore and add knowledge about Arduino's
Educational Engineering Team
Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World
Educational Engineering Team is a Leading Team in Microcontroller Industry, with over 13 Years of Experience in Teaching and Doing Practical Projects.
We strive to put all our hands-on experience in these courses. Instead of superficial knowledge - we go into the depth of the topic and give you the exact - step by step blueprint on how to tame simple as well as complex topics in easy and digestible bite-sized videos.
This real-world knowledge enables you to grasp knowledge easily, and you can apply this learning immediately to your life and projects.
Educational Engineering Team has been in the Programming and Microcontroller business since 2007. We have been part of many projects. Over the course of these years - we have gained a good insight into students’ and educators’ needs. We are passionate about sharing all our collective knowledge with you. As of 2018, we have already taught over 250k-THOUSAND students and counting.
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Ashraf is an educator, Mechatronics engineer, electronics and programming hobbyist, and Maker. He creates online video courses on the EduEng YouTube Channel (More Than 4 Million View, 20k + Subscriber) and author of four Microcontroller books.
As a Chief Educational Engineer since 2007 at Educational Engineering Team, the company he founded, Ashraf’s mission is to explore new trends and technology and help educate the world and make it a better place.
Educational Engineering offers educational courses and Bootcamps, articles, lessons, and online support for electronics hobbyists, Programming hobbyists, Microcontroller hobbyists, STEM students, and STEM teachers.
That team also work as freelancer engineers, helping many students in their graduation projects, and provide guidance and consulting for many students over the years to help them kick-start their career.
Ashraf’s core skill is explaining difficult concepts through in a step by step easy to understand matter using video and text. With over 11 years of tertiary teaching experience, Ashraf has developed a simple yet comprehensive and informative style in teaching that students from all around the world appreciate.
His passion for Microcontrollers and Programming and in particular for the world of Arduino, PIC Microcontroller, Rasberry Pi has guided his personal development and his work through Educational Engineering.
Ashraf’s online courses have helped over 250,000 people from around the world to be better and to make a great career in the industry.
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