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The Arduino platform involves the two distinct disciplines of circuit board design and software programming necessary to operate Arduino. Join over a million learners, begin an Arduino course on Udemy today, and learn how to implement your own robotic or IoT projects.

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Arduino is an open source electronics platform for designing new robotics or IoT (Internet of Things) projects. Arduino combines simple software with a programmable circuit board that allows you to create a variety of customizable electronic devices. It is one of the frequently used platforms for prototyping new IoT devices. Udemy has a variety of Arduino classes that can set you on the exciting path of electronic and robotic design.

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Arduino is a low-cost, open-source, single-board microcontroller that can be used in numerous electronics applications. Put simply; an Arduino is a miniature, programmable computer. Each board has both input and output pins, allowing for standard expansion boards or other additional circuitry to add functionality. Since Arduino boards require programming, the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE), a free software application, is available to provide a workspace for writing programming code in C or C++. The software also provides the ability to upload programming code into an Arduino board. Arduinos have a tremendous amount of flexibility and can be used in numerous applications, from robotics, control circuitry, signal processing and analysis, gaming systems, and music synthesis. Since its initial launch, additional Arduino board models have become available, optimized for different applications.