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Arduino: The Numero Uno Prototyping Platform

ElectronicsForYou: In less than a decade since its inception, arduino has evolved as a phenomenon in the electronics space—across the globe as well as in india. Here are the key reasons that have paved the way for shaping up of an eco-system around arduino, comprising a huge community of electronics designers, engineering students, hobbyists and hardware vendors

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What Can You Do with an Adafruit Crickit?

Supposedly designed to help avoid a robot apocalypse, the Creative Robotics and Interactive Construction Kit from Adafruit - Crickit for short - is an add-on for their Circuit Playground Express (CPX), an easy-to-use board with support for CircuitPython, Arduino, or (coming soon) the Microsoft MakeCode programming tool.

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Arduino & Raspberry Pi builds that don't require a PhD in electrical engineering

Can a new subscription box open the world of cheap microcontrollers to eager amateurs?


Here’s some of the cool things you can do with the Arduino board

There’s nothing quite like the experience of tinkering with gadgets. Taking them apart, repairing them, assembling them, or programming them to do something unique — it’s all fun and interesting.

But not everyone can experience the fun that comes along with tinkering: Many electronics — especially internal hardware — can be confusing and difficult to wrap your head around.

If only there was something that could make the entire process simpler: something universal and easy enough for a layman to use. And believe it or not, there is. It’s called the Arduino board, and it’s a programmable logic controller.

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