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Arduino for beginners. The foundations and sketches - Simon Monk

Translation: Konrad Matuk. Publisher: Helion. The book presents the basic principles of programming the Arduino platform using the free available libraries.
Index: KSZ-05032
Index: KSZ-05032
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Arduino for beginners. The next step is to Simon monk

Translation: Konrad Matuk. Publisher: Helion. The book introduces the reader to the more advanced world of Arduino.
Index: KSZ-05036
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Arduino. 36 projektów dla pasjonatów elektroniki - Simon Monk

Translation: Konrad Matuk. Publisher: Helion. The book is a collection of 36 unusual projects with the Arduino for independent realization.
Index: KSZ-04797
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Make things said. Programming electronic devices using Arduino's Tom Igoe

Translation by Joanna Celej-Kobalczyk. Publisher: Helion. Reading this book, you will learn which tools you need to design chips with microcontrollers and creating connection...
Index: KSZ-05006
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Learning with fun - Arduino projects for beginners

Practice makes perfect, they say - and that's the best way to learn. However, it's worthless without a little theoretical background. That's why we've created this category with the best publications about Arduino that have been published in the last few years. They will surely help you explore the world of programmable electronics - no matter how advanced you are, there is always a lot to learn!

One of the books that is best for beginners in electronics and programming is the book by Simon Monk - "Arduino. 36 Projects for Electronics Enthusiasts". In 370 pages, the author takes you by the hand and clearly describes each step necessary for a particular project. There's plenty to choose from, because in addition to simple LED displays, the book's subsequent chapters also describe alarm systems, music and sound gadgets, and projects that use an Internet connection for their operation. You'll also find descriptions of building useful circuits for the home, simple electronic games, and even a Geiger-Mueller counter for detecting radiation from radioactive elements. Working on these 36 projects will be a great start to learning and developing your programming skills!

Learn Arduino step by step - get to know it "inside out"

Arduino quickly gained immense popularity, mainly because you can create virtually any project imaginable - it all depends on your skills, imagination, equipment and... your knowledge. If you are not satisfied with rebuilding simple example projects, but would rather learn the basics and understand in detail how each external element works and how to handle them, we have an excellent position for you - "Arduino in Action" by M. Evans, J. Noble and J. Hochenbaum. In 350 pages, the authors describe in detail the installation of the development environment, the basic versions of Arduino boards and all the important hardware aspects of microcontrollers. The textbook is geared toward a thorough knowledge of the basics, and each new element is introduced by the authors on the occasion of a different, simple project that also uses the previously learned topics. The knowledge acquired in the previous chapters is used in the rest of the book, which gives the opportunity to consolidate it. The publication also includes a short programming course that allows you to quickly learn the basics of coding and the use of C ++ libraries.

Arduino for advanced users

For people who already know the basics of programming and electronics, but want to explore more advanced ways of using the boards in many useful applications, we offer a book from Mike Westerfield titled "Building iPhone and iPad Electronic projects: Real-world Arduino, Sensor, And Bluetooth Low Energy Apps In Techbasic". The publication contains descriptions of many fascinating projects that can be realized with Arduino and an Apple mobile device - iPhone or iPad. The author uses the techBASIC environment to create programs, which is another example of using one of the simplest programming languages in the world - BASIC. The ingenious designs presented in the book will surprise even advanced programmers.