Getting Started with Arduino
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Getting Started with Arduino

A Step-by-step Video Course To Learn How To Create Projects With The Arduino Platform, Even With No Prior Experience!
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Last updated 5/2017
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  • 5 hours on-demand video
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Build projects with the Arduino platform
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Requirements
  • You should have some general basic knowledge about electronics & programming
Description

Getting Started with Arduino is my proven step-by-step course designed to help you create projects using the powerful Arduino platform, even if you are an absolute beginner in electronics, programming, or both.

Getting Started with Arduino is a 7 module step-by-step video course in which you will learn everything you need to know about the Arduino platform, starting from the absolute basics. I really used all the experience I acquired during 5+ years of working with the Arduino platform in order to create those step-by-step tutorials that will teach anyone how to create projects with Arduino. If you are serious about creating your own electronics projects, this is the course for you.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to build projects with the Arduino platform
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Curriculum For This Course
35 Lectures
04:57:38
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Introduction to the course & the Arduino platform
4 Lectures 34:53

The Arduino platform
10:02

Arduino boards & shields
07:12

Required hardware & software for the course
04:06
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Getting started with Arduino
5 Lectures 41:16
Discovering your Arduino board
09:21

Installing the Arduino IDE
03:32

Basics of an Arduino sketch
07:45

Uploading your first sketch
08:06

Example: fading a LED
12:32
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Sensing data with Arduino
5 Lectures 49:05
Reading data from digital pin
09:01

Connecting a button to Arduino
07:29

Reading data from analog pin
09:36

Reading data from a digital sensor
13:56

Example project: weather measurement station
09:03
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Controlling outputs from Arduino
5 Lectures 45:36
Switch an LED from a button
07:08

Controlling an LED from a potentiometer
09:15

Controlling an RGB led
09:44

Controlling a DC motor
08:37

Example project: creating a simple alarm system
10:52
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Interfacing Arduino with external displays
5 Lectures 38:32
Using an external LED matrix
10:28

Connecting an LCD screen to Arduino
07:06

Displaying data on the LCD screen
05:36

Connecting an OLED screen to Arduino
07:53

Example project: OLED weather station
07:29
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Storing data with Arduino
5 Lectures 40:28
Interfacing Arduino with an SD card reader
05:50

Writing/reading on an SD card
07:07

Storing data on an SD card
08:19

Using a real-time clock
08:06

Example: building a logging measurement station
11:06
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Connecting your Arduino projects to the web
6 Lectures 47:48
Options for Internet connectivity
05:51

How to use the Arduino MKR1000 board
05:44

Connect your Arduino to your local network
08:15

Log data to the web
08:39

Control your projects from anywhere
08:43

Example: cloud data logger project
10:36
About the Instructor
Marc-Olivier Schwartz
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243 Students
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Electrical Engineer

My name is Marco Schwartz, and I am an electrical engineer and passionate about home automation and the Internet of Things. However, I was always frustrated by not being able to understand and to modify all these commercial home automation products so I could really adapt them to my needs.

With the raise of open-source hardware, and platforms like Arduino or the Raspberry Pi, I saw an opportunity for hobbyists like me: we could finally make our own home automation and Internet of Things systems using open-source components.

After years of practice, I mastered these new tools to create such systems, and this is what I want to share with you with my courses.