Arduino Step By Step: Getting Started 2022

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Arduino Step By Step: Getting Started 2022
Last updated 10/2022MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHzLanguage: English | Size: 14.90 GB | Duration: 18h 41m

The original comprehensive course designed for new Arduino Makers

What you'll learn
Build simple circuits around the Arduino Uno, that implement simple functions.

Write simple Arduino sketches that can get sensor reading, make LEDs blink, write text on an LCD screen, read the position of a potentiometer, and much more.
Understand what is the Arduino.
Understand what is prototyping.
Understand analog and digital inputs and outputs
Understand the ways by which the Arduino can communicate with other devices
Use the multer to measure voltage, current, resistance and continuity
Use protoboards to make projects permanent
be productive with the Arduino IDE, write, compile and upload sketches, install libraries
Understand what is Arduino programming, it's basic concepts, structures, and keywords
Detect and measure visible light, color, and ultraviolet light
Measure temperature, humidity and acceleration
Measure the distance between the sensor and an object in front of it
Detect a person entering a room
Detect a noise
Make noise and play music
Display text on a liquid crystal display
Learn about the Arduino IDE 2.0 and the Arduino Web Editor
A Windows, Mac or Linux computer
An Arduino Uno
Electronics parts like resistors, LEDs, sensors, as listed in Section 1 of the course
Essential tools: a mini breadboard, jumper wires, a multer, a soldering iron and solder, wire cutter
Be excited about electronics!
UPDATED: OCTOBER 2022My flagship course designed for people new to electronics and programming has received a comprehensive update!I have added new lectures in the first half of the course. You will find the new lectures in sections "Know your Arduino Uno", "Arduino boards and kits", and "The Arduino IDE".In these lectures, I cover the latest developments in Arduino software and hardware, including topics such as the Arduino Web IDE, the upcoming Arduino IDE 2.0, and the modern Arduino MKR and Nano IoT board families.I have also verified all links to external websites and other resources, like data sheets, and in many cases, we have added new links to external resources.UPDATED: January 2020I have updated this course with a new section in which you will learn how to use arrays in your Arduino sketches. This is a very useful skill, as you can program repetitive tasks with just a few lines of code. Enjoy!This is the original, legendary Arduino course on Udemy by Tech Explorations, fanatically supported by Dr Peter Dalmaris. It is trusted by thousands of students and contains over 16 hours of content, quizzes, a GitHub code repository, thousands of active student discussions, and countless able and linked resources.Please don't be confused by other courses with a similar name.This course is for the new Arduino Maker. Do you have a passion for learning Are you excited about becoming a Maker with the ArduinoIf you answered "yes!" to both, you are ready to start!In this course, I emphasized the importance of getting the basics right and learning to mastery. As an educator for over 15 years, I know first-hand that hitting a roadblock because you lack the fundamental knowledge to progress can be demotivating. In Arduino Step by Step Getting Started, I make sure that in the more than 18 hours of video content, mini projects and quizzes, we cover all the basics so you can enjoy learning about the Arduino.By the end of the course, you will have a good understanding of the capabilities of the Arduino Uno, the best Arduino for people getting started, and you will be familiar with the capabilities of several of its cousins. You will be comfortable with the basic prototyping tools and their usage, the basics of the Arduino programming environment, language and programming.You will be able to use a variety of components, from simple buttons and LEDs to visible colour and ultraviolet light and other environmental sensors.Apart from knowing how to use the components I demonstrate in this course, you will also learn how to read datasheets, how to use libraries on your own, and how to learn the skills you need to create the gadgets you want. With knowledge comes freedom, and I will help you get there.I invite you to review the free lectures in the first section of the course to learn more details about it. If you are excited about becoming a Maker with the Arduino, join many other Makers and me in Arduino Step by Step Getting Started!I look forward to learning with you!


Section 1: Introduction to the course

Lecture 1 What is this course about

Lecture 2 Parts you will need

Lecture 3 Tools you will need

Lecture 4 How to get the most out of this course

Lecture 5 Update 2022 brief

Section 2: Know your Arduino

Lecture 6 Introduction to this section

Lecture 7 The Arduino Uno over the years

Lecture 8 Getting to know the Arduino Uno: Atmega328P, USB, Shields

Lecture 9 Getting to know the Arduino Uno: Pins, power, clock

Lecture 10 Using the digital output pins

Lecture 11 Using the digital input pins

Lecture 12 Using the analog output pins

Lecture 13 Using the analog input pins

Section 3: Introduction to communications

Lecture 14 Introduction to this section

Lecture 15 Serial (UART) communications

Lecture 16 I²C (TWI) communications

Lecture 17 SPI communications

Section 4: Arduino boards

Lecture 18 Introduction to this section

Lecture 19 Arduinos past and present

Lecture 20 Classic Arduinos

Lecture 21 Meet some members of the Arduino family

Lecture 22 Introducing the Arduino Mega 2560

Lecture 23 Introducing the Arduino Due

Lecture 24 Introducing the Arduino Zero

Lecture 25 Introducing the Arduino 101

Lecture 26 Introducing the Arduino Pro Mini

Lecture 27 Introducing Arduino-compatible boards

Lecture 28 Modern Arduinos

Lecture 29 Arduino MKR

Lecture 30 Arduino Nano

Lecture 31 Kits

Lecture 32 Arduino Student Kit

Lecture 33 Arduino Explore IoT Kit

Lecture 34 Seeed Studio Arduino Sensor kit

Lecture 35 DFRobot Bner Kit for Arduino

Section 5: Prototyping basics

Lecture 36 Introduction to this section

Lecture 37 Using the breadboard

Lecture 38 Using jumper wires

Lecture 39 The absolutely essential tools

Lecture 40 Powering your Arduino with power supplies

Lecture 41 Using the multer to measure voltage

Lecture 42 Using the multer to measure current

Lecture 43 The multer - Resistance and continuity

Lecture 44 The Arduino Student Kit multer

Lecture 45 Introduction to soldering - the soldering iron

Lecture 46 Soldering - preparation and using holders

Lecture 47 Soldering - using wire cutters and fume extractor

Lecture 48 Soldering - Simple maintenance tips for your solder iron

Lecture 49 A demonstration of soldering a header onto a breakout board

Lecture 50 An introduction to protoboards

Section 6: The Arduino IDE

Lecture 51 Introduction to this section

Lecture 52 Arduino IDE 1.8

Lecture 53 Arduino IDE 2.0

Lecture 54 An introduction to the Arduino IDE

Lecture 55 Getting and installing the Arduino IDE

Lecture 56 The Arduino IDE - Understanding the Preferences pane

Lecture 57 The Arduino IDE - Understanding the Menu items

Lecture 58 How to upload a sketch to your Arduino

Lecture 59 How to upload a sketch to your Arduino - For Windows users

Section 7: Arduino programming

Lecture 60 Introduction to this section

Lecture 61 An introduction to Arduino programming

Lecture 62 Understand the basic parts of an Arduino sketch

Lecture 63 Getting started with custom functions

Lecture 64 Creating custom functions and the return keyword

Lecture 65 Using variables

Lecture 66 Understanding variable scope

Lecture 67 Understanding constants

Lecture 68 Introduction to control structures: The "if" statement

Lecture 69 Introduction to control structures: The "while" statement

Lecture 70 Introduction to control structures: The "For" statement

Lecture 71 Introduction to control structures: The "Switch" statement

Lecture 72 Digital output - how to control an LED

Lecture 73 Digital input - how to read the state of a button

Lecture 74 Analog input - how to read the state of a potentiometer

Lecture 75 Analog output - how to create a fading LED

Lecture 76 Introduction to the RGB (color) LED

Lecture 77 Wiring the RGB LED

Lecture 78 RGB LED: creating colors

Lecture 79 Using a library to control an RGB LED with PWM

Lecture 80 Learning more with the Arduino language documentation

Section 8: Arduino programming: Arrays

Lecture 81 Introduction to this section

Lecture 82 Introduction to Arrays

Lecture 83 Arrays, Example 1

Lecture 84 Arrays, Example 2

Lecture 85 Arrays, Example 3

Lecture 86 Arrays, Example 4

Section 9: Measuring light and color

Lecture 87 Introduction to this section

Lecture 88 What is a photoresistor and how to wire it

Lecture 89 How to select the appropriate fixed resistor for a photoresistor

Lecture 90 Using the Ultra-Violet light sensor

Lecture 91 An introduction to the RGB Color sensor

Lecture 92 Wiring the RGB Color sensor

Lecture 93 Mini project: copy a color to an RGB LED using an RGB Color sensor

Section 10: Measuring temperature, humidity and pressure

Lecture 94 Introduction to environment sensors

Lecture 95 Using a DHT22 sensor to measure temperature and humidity

Lecture 96 An introduction to the Thermistor

Lecture 97 Wiring the Thermistor

Lecture 98 How to calculate the temperature from the thermistor resistance

Lecture 99 Thermistor: getting a temperature using a library

Lecture 100 Thermistor: improving the accuracy of analog readings with AREF

Lecture 101 An introduction to measuring temperature with the TMP36

Lecture 102 Wiring the TMP36 and a demonstration sketch

Lecture 103 An alternate wiring of the TMP36

Lecture 104 An introduction to the MCP9808 for very accurate temperature readings

Lecture 105 MCP9808: Wiring

Lecture 106 Using the MCP9808, demo and sketch walkthrough

Lecture 107 MCP9808: A closer look at I2C addressing

Lecture 108 An introduction to measuring barometric pressure with the BMP180

Lecture 109 Wiring the BMP180 and first sketch walkthrough

Lecture 110 A first demo sketch for the BMP180

Lecture 111 A second demo sketch for the BMP180

Section 11: Detecting acceleration

Lecture 112 Introduction to detecting acceleration

Lecture 113 Introduction to detecting acceleration with the ADXL335

Lecture 114 Wiring the ADXL335

Lecture 115 Plugging the ADXL335 directly in the Arduino, and detect its orientation

Lecture 116 Write the sketch for detecting orientation with the ADXL335

Section 12: Detecting objects with the infrared motion sensor

Lecture 117 Introduction to this section

Lecture 118 Introduction to the Passive infra-Red (PIR) motion sensor

Lecture 119 A simple PIR expent with an LED

Lecture 120 A demonstration of using the PIR sensor with the Arduino

Lecture 121 PIR sensor first demonstration sketch walkthrough

Lecture 122 PIR sensor second demonstration sketch walkthrough

Section 13: Sensing distance

Lecture 123 Introduction to sensing distance

Lecture 124 Introduction to the ultrasonic distance sensor

Lecture 125 Wiring and understanding Trigger and Echo

Lecture 126 How to calculate distance

Section 14: Sensing sound

Lecture 127 Introduction to sensing sound

Lecture 128 Introduction to the analog sound sensor

Lecture 129 A demonstration and sketch of the analog sound sensor

Lecture 130 A demonstration and sketch of the digital sound sensor

Section 15: Making noise with a buzzer

Lecture 131 Introduction to this section

Lecture 132 Introduction to the buzzer

Lecture 133 Playing music

Lecture 134 Control the sound volume

Section 16: The Liquid Crystal Display

Lecture 135 Introduction to this section

Lecture 136 Introduction to the LCD

Lecture 137 LCD wiring in 4-bit parallel mode

Lecture 138 LCD demonstration sketch

Lecture 139 Display sensor data in the LCD

Lecture 140 Connect LCD using the I2C adaptor

Lecture 141 Using the RGB LCD and buttons shield

Section 17: Video Responses

Lecture 142 Why use 3 resistors for the RGB LED, vs. just one resistor on the cathode

Section 18: Conclusion and Bonus Lecture

Lecture 143 Recap: what you have learned and what's next

Lecture 144 Bonus Lecture

Students over 10 years of age, or younger with with adult supervision. Young students should be supervised at all s when using a soldering iron.,Students with a little or no prior experience with electronics or programming.




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