If you’re reading this post, you’re probably wanting to learn how the Arduino works and how to program it. On this recently started blog, I have reviewed and done tutorials on various Arduino components but never written anything to try and teach people how the Arduino works or how to start making projects.
If you’re anything like me you will want to start right away with starting projects and playing around with loads of electronic components, and that’s what I plan to give you; a series of guided, easy to understand projects to help any beginner pick up what is needed to start right away with making and programming.
This will consist of a series of 10 posts, each with a totally different project in it with different skills required. I will only use basic components for these projects, so don’t worry about having to spend too much; most of the components needed will come in any decent Arduino starter kit, and if they don’t will be very cheap to buy on places like eBay.
I plan to follow a basic format of 4 parts to each tutorial:
- Explaining the project and the components you will need.
- Going through the theory of the project/how the components work (only breifly).
- Showing you how to wire up all the components in the project.
- A line-by-line annotated version of the code.
Furthermore, if you are stuck with literally anything at all, you can email me at email@example.com.
Posts will be published on the Tuesday of every week for the next 10 weeks until the series of posts is fully released.
So, if you’re ready, grab yourself a cup of tea and let’s start making things with Arduino!