Arduino Programming using Arduino IDE
Chapter-1->How to download Arduino IDE?3 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-2-> Introduction to Arduino IDE3 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-3–> How to connect any board with Arduino IDE?4 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-4–>Steps to write a code in Arduino Programming5 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-5–>Introduction to Arduino Uno5 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-6–>Explanation of Variables and operators in programming5 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-7–>How to use conditional statement and loops?6 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-8–>How to use analog input in Arduino IDE ?6 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-9–>How to add libraries in Arduino IDE ?6 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-10–>How the Arduino Serial library performs serial communication?4 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-11–>Interfacing of Dht11 sensor with Arduino4 Topics|1 Quiz
Chapter-12–>Troubleshooting and Errors in Programming3 Topics|1 Quiz
Assignment 1-> Try to make a traffic light signal project.
Assignment 2-> Control the sequence of Led with potentiometer and Arduino Uno.
Assignment 3-> Distance measurement using Ultrasonic sensor and Arduino Uno
Assignment 4->Connect more push buttons in the Piano using Arduino Uno.
Assignment 5-> Alchohol detector using MQ-3 sensor and Arduino Uno.
Assignment-6-> Motion detector project using PIR sensor and Arduino UNO
- Assignment 1-> Try to make a traffic light signal project.
2.3 Explanation of default screen of Arduino IDE
Basically the default screen of Arduino IDE is divided into five different sections:
1. Window Bar
2. Menu Bar
3. Shortcut Buttons
4. Text Editor
5. Output Panel
1. Window Bar:
The window bar shows the name of File and the Arduino IDE software version.
2. Menu Bar:
The menu bar consists of:
3. Shortcut bar:
- The Verify button will check your code line by line, ensuring there are no programming errors.
- Upload button will send your verified code to the board you are using.
- The Serial Monitor button will allow you to see data that is transferred to and from the board.
- New : It creates a new File. (Ctrl+N)
- Open : It is used to open the file which was saved before. (Ctrl+O)
- Save : It is used to save the current sketch. (Ctrl+S)
4. Text editor:
The coding area or Text editor is where the real magic happens! This is where you will type your instructions(Code) and comments.
5. Output Panel/Status area:
This output panel is used to give comments about the code
- if the code is successfully compiled or any error occurs.
- If the code has been successfully uploaded to the board.
- Error in the code
- How much space the board has occupied.