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Arduino Programming using Arduino IDE

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  1. Chapter-1->How to download Arduino IDE?
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  2. Chapter-2-> Introduction to Arduino IDE
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  3. Chapter-3–> How to connect any board with Arduino IDE?
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  4. Chapter-4–>Steps to write a code in Arduino Programming
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  5. Chapter-5–>Introduction to Arduino Uno
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  6. Chapter-6–>Explanation of Variables and operators in programming
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  7. Chapter-7–>How to use conditional statement and loops?
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  8. Chapter-8–>How to use analog input in Arduino IDE ?
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  9. Chapter-9–>How to add libraries in Arduino IDE ?
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  10. Chapter-10–>How the Arduino Serial library performs serial communication?
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  11. Chapter-11–>Interfacing of Dht11 sensor with Arduino
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  12. Chapter-12–>Troubleshooting and Errors in Programming
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  13. Assessment
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1. Arduino Uno:-  Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs – light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message – and turn it into an output – activating a motor, turning on an LED, publishing something online.Arduino works like a CPU(Central processing unit), it is a brain of the whole projects.

2. Push buttons :- Push buttons are the 4 legs tactile switch which is used to switch mechanism to control machines or a process. The two legs closer to each other (or on the same side) of Push button are somewhat not connected until you press the push button and after the push button is pressed all the four legs are connected to each other.We will use 5 push buttons to make this project.

3. Jumper Wires :- Jumper are the connecting wires with the connector at each end used to connect different components on breadboard or any other testing boards.

4. Piezo buzzer:  Piezo buzzers are sound components prepared by incorporating a piezoelectric vibration plate in a plastic case. Piezoelectric buzzers are sound components which generate a monotone using a built-in oscillation circuit. Buzzer have two legs :

  1. Longer Leg(+ve)
  2. Shorter Leg(-ve)

5. Breadboard: A breadboard is used to build and test circuits quickly before finalizing any circuit design. The breadboard has many holes into which circuit components like ICs and resistors can be inserted.