Arduino online training with 22 projects

Arduino online training with 22 projects

Arduino online training

Arduino online training

What is better than an Arduino training kit? …..

Arduino Online Training To Go With It, of cause.

We WANT you to become the next extraordinary electronics maker and we want that journey to be fast and fun.

No more having to search around for hours to try and find answers to your questions. And even more importantly – you have full access to the trainers to get you unstuck when running into problems.

Trainers

Direct access to the trainers to keep you moving along smoothly

Training material

Step by step PDF’s, videos, datasheets and resources all in one place.

Quizes

More than 150 quiz questions. Test your understanding and learn those things you missed

Forum

Forums are used to view questions and answers from fellow students and to ask your own.

22 Projects to build and explained in detail in the Arduino online training!

Building and experimenting with what you learn is crucial and it is also the fun part of your training. Each topic covered in the Arduino online training is accompanied by practical projects to make sure you can not just study but DO!

It’s simple, start from the top and work your way trough each of the 25 topics. Each topic consists of training materials, component datasheets, quizzes and a link to the forum section.

No guessing or searching for hours to find information, everything you need regarding a topic is available inside the topic.

Forums

Our forums will be one of the most important resources tor you. Here you will find questions and answers from other students and that is a learning experience as well.

You can also post your own questions and unlike other forums, you might have seen we will answer questions in detail. Each forum section is covering a specific training topic so that you can focus specifically on the topic.

Quizzes

Quizzes might not sound like a training resource but it is an important one.

It does not only test your understanding and help you find information, you might have missed but also gives you a great idea of what information is most important to know.

It makes you think more and look at things from different “angles”. It also gets you to re-study your training material so you go a second time over it.

It also helps you to practice for the final exam if you are interested in a Bot Shop Maker Certificate.

 

Internet of things: Arduino + Blynk

Internet of things: Arduino + Blynk

Recently there is quite a swing with the term Internet of things. Wouldn’t it be nice if you can control your appliances with your smartphone.
Lets get started.

Step 1: Video

Step 2: Parts List

The part list for this project is super simple.

All you need is a Arduino, a LED, a computer with internet access and the Blynk app(running on either Android or iOS), and like most sketches the Blynk Library.

Step 3: Connections and Test

1.Connect one end of the usb to your arduino and the other to the computer having internet access.

2.Insert the led to Digital pin 13 as shown.(The shorter one is the cathode and goes to ground)

3.Install the Blynk app from google play store or app store.

4.Download the Blynk library from the link given.

5.Extract the zip file into Arduino’s library folder.

6.Now open the Arduino software,go to examples—>Blynk—->Boards_USB_serial—>Arduino_USB_serial

7.Enter the Authentication token from your email and then hit upload.

8.Go back to the Blynk library folder and under script open the windows batch file

9.Enter the COM port your Arduino is connected to.
Note:Make sure you do not close the command window.

*Now you are ready to blynk*

Step 4: Success!!!