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38 Stories To Learn About Arduino

by Learn RepoApril 6th, 2023
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Learn everything you need to know about Arduino via these 38 free HackerNoon stories.

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Let's learn about Arduino via these 38 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology.

1. How I Developed the Classic Pong Game on an Arduino Board

I have figured out a way to develop the popular pong game on the Arduino board.

2. Integrate Your Telegram Bot With Real World via ESP32/ESP8266 Arduino Microcontroller

Controlling the queue to our office gaming room by Arduino-based Telegram. The Arduino with servo motor was installed to lock and unlock the door

3. Nextion + Arduino Multilanguage UI

The Nextion editor does not have full support for string arrays, so I had to think about how to implement language selection and store "language packs" in a con

4. Computer Vision Is Fun To Play With

I work as a Software Engineer at Endtest.

5. Building your own ESP8266/ESP32 Over-The-Air Firmware Updater [A How-To Guide] Part I

This guide explains how to build a simple ESP8266 firmware updater in NodeJS. The ESP8266 will send a GET request to my application with some key information stored in its header. This will then be used to serve up the appropriate binary.

6. The Best Way to Learn Arduino for Beginners 

Are you interested in Arduino, but don't know where to start? Here are 5 resources to help!

7. Using Arduino for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE): A Step-by-Step Guide

Create simple Bluetooth Low Energy project with Arduino

8. My Experience with Length Control for a DC Actuator

It all started when we ordered an actuator, with an encoder, from China for a project. But something went wrong, and a month later, we received actuators withou

9. How To Creat an Audible Object Detector [DIY Tutorial]

For people with vision problems.

10. What’s The Deal With Programming In Arduino

Arduino is an amazing platform to get into hardware development and programming. But there are a few things you need to know before you start.

11. Building a Solar Harvesting Wi-Fi Camera

Compact and waterproof camera based on ESP32 usable for short periods of time, powered by solar energy.

12. Building an Arduino Time Tracker Cube with Toggl's Open API

How to build your own Time Tracker out of Cardboard Paper and Toggl's Open APIs

13. Make Arduino Voice-Controlled Appliances with HC-05 Bluetooth Module

14. 5 Beginner Friendly Arduino Projects To Gain A Head Start

Almost every tech enthusiast is fascinated by the ultra-cool, tech-savvy character of Tony Stark. Just like Tony, every tech nerd wants to build exciting gadgets and tools for customized tasks and automation. A couple of decades ago, this would’ve stayed a dream for many.

15. Building Your Own ESP8266/ESP32 Over-The-Air Firmware Updater [A How-To Guide] Part II

This is a continuation of Part 1 of our initial simple OTA solution for the ESP8266 or ESP32. In this next part we’ll look into how we can build a more comprehensive OTA solution that does the following:

16. Top 8 Useful And Desirable Valentine's Day Gifts For Developers

We have found out some desirible gifts for developers

17. Repurposing a PLC Clone for Use with Arduino

This article will introduce a few key concepts to help solve the problem of Arduino compatibility on some PLC clones

18. IoT Projects: Build a Robust IoT Prototype In Less Than a Day (Part 1)

The IoT world is powerful, but also quite complex. There are many protocols and vendors and the landscape is fragmented. [As Matt Turck has already shown in 2018.]

19. How I Built an Employee Time Tracking System From Scratch (Part 1)

Using the Arduino board, Ethernet Shield, and RFID module, we will assemble, solder, and program the time tracking device.

20. Togayo: A Reconfigurable IoT Platform

An open-source IoT platform that uses microcontroller reconfiguration, capability-based peripherals, GraphQL, TimescaleDB, entity component system, and more.

21. How to Build a Mini Air Quality Monitoring System using ESP32

Build a DIY air quality monitoring system: How to face the problem of impure air quality due to the increase in pollutants and impurities mixed with the air.

22. Cloud Home Automation Series Part 1 : Connect ESP32 to AWS IoT with Arduino code

Welcome to SIMPLE LEARNING AWS Cloud Home Automation, Zero to Hero Series, where the readership, essentially Embedded System Engineer & Cloud Engineer will able to learn to create Automated IoT Solutions using ESP32 Module (Hardware), AWS IoT portfolio services (MQTT & Integration assistance) & Arduino sketch (Code). The entire series mainly focuses on the Hardware integration with AWS Cloud to make a system of interrelated computing devices. The following series split into four parts (refer below) with very simple and clear instructions to provision a home automation system to control house appliances through the web. Everything covered from scratch you won't face any difficulty understanding. In case of any clarification, drop me a note on LinkedIn. Feel free to explore them with ease, skip to the one which is relevant to you.

23. How To Test Safety Capacitor

  1. Test of Fixed Safety Capacitors

24. Cloud Home Automation Series Part 2 : Use AWS Device Shadow to Control ESP32 with Arduino Code

Welcome to SIMPLE LEARNING AWS Cloud Home Automation, Zero to Hero Series. In the second part, we will turn ON/OFF the inbuilt led of ESP32 using AWS Device Shadow Service. Before starting, let's do a recap, in Part 1 we have connected the ESP32 MCU with AWS and able to publish Messages to IoT Core. The following series split into four parts (refer below) with very simple and clear instructions to provision a home automation system to control house appliances through the web. Everything covered from scratch you won't face any difficulty understanding. In case of any clarification, drop me a note on LinkedIn. Feel free to explore them with ease, skip to the one which is relevant to you.

25. Using Arduino To Build Your Own ‘Snake Game’

Oh, the magic of hardware

26. How To Build a GPS Tracker From Scratch Using Arduino

Combining 3 Arduino boards to create a GPS tracker & data logger.

27. Circuit Design: Ways to Do It Correctly

Our universe is formed by gradually connecting the matter to form the galaxies and stars after the Big Bang explosion. These fully formed planets and stars are conjoint to create the universe in which the human exists. Similarly, in electronics, each component is linked together to make a circuit, which can establish a connection among the components without any resistance in between the process. The connection should form a closed loop that can keep the devices running.

28. 9 Reasons why you should Learn Python

Python is an important programming language that all developers should know. Many programmers use this language to make websites, produce learning algorithms, and perform different necessary tasks. The best way to learn Python begins with deciding what you want to build. Then you will want to find a course or resources to help you develop your idea. When learning Python, it is very important to start with an idea. If you try to create something that interests you, the process becomes more intense. Learn Python in just 9 simple steps with the Simpliv program.

29. Quarantine Life: How to Keep Your Kids Active by Turning their Bicycle into an Arcade Controller

In this short tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of turning any bicycle into an arcade-like controller for computer games.

30. Using Arduino To Build Your Own ‘Snake Game’

Oh, the magic of hardware

31. Cloud Home Automation Series Part 4 : Connected Light Bulb using AWS, ESP32 & Arduino

[Updated - 1st March, 2020] : Course updated, now you can control your connected light either using Google Assistant or Alexa. Kindly check out the Bonus section at the end of the course.

32. What’s The Deal With Programming In Arduino

Arduino is an amazing platform to get into hardware development and programming. But there are a few things you need to know before you start.

33. Building Cool IoT Lamp That Can Be Controlled via Google Assistant

You can also refer to my video tutorial:

34. How to Build an Arduino Starship Game Controlled by Joystick and Computer

In this article, we will develop an Arduino Starship game which will be displayed on an LCD display 16x2.

35. How to Make Arduino Work with a $4.90 RISC-V Board

Longan Nano with GD32V series MCU costs only $4.9. You then got an Arduino board with 128KB Flash, 32KB RAM, LCD, and even an acrylic case.

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36. Using Arduino To Build Your Own ‘Snake Game’

Oh, the magic of hardware

37. IoT Home Irrigation System Using Losant and Particle Photon

Water your plants, get alarms, and analyze the data

38. AWS Serverless design for IoT

This IoT walk-through lab will show you how to send IoT data from your ESP8266 or ESP32 device, through AWS API Gateway, to Lambda, to a data lake in S3, and finally design a static web page for IoT data visualization.

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