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Programming Arduino: Getting Started With Sketches (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 2012

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Program Arduino with ease! Using clear, easy-to-follow examples, Programming Arduino: Getting Started with Sketches reveals the software side of Arduino and explains how to write well-crafted sketches using the modified C language of Arduino. No prior programming experience is required! The downloadable sample programs featured in the book can be used as-is or modified to suit your purposes. Understand Arduino hardware fundamentals Install the software, power it up, and upload your first sketch Learn C language basics Write functions in Arduino sketches Structure data using arrays and strings Use Arduino's digital and analog inputs and outputs in your programs Work with the Standard Arduino Library Write sketches that can store data Program LCD displays Use an Ethernet shield to enable Arduino to function as a web server Write your own Arduino libraries In December 2011, Arduino 1.0 was released. This changed a few things that have caused two of the sketches in this book to break. The change that has caused trouble is that the classes 'Server' and 'Client' have been renamed to 'EthernetServer' and 'EthernetClient' respectively.To fix this: Edit sketches 10-01 and 10-02 to replace all occurrences of the word 'Server' with 'EthernetServer' and all occurrences of 'Client' with 'EthernetClient'. Alternatively, you can download the modified sketches for 10-01 and 10-02 from here: arduinobook/arduino-1-0 Make Great Stuff! TAB, an imprint of McGraw-Hill Professional, is a leading publisher of DIY technology books for makers, hackers, and electronics hobbyists.

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Le choix de ce livre en anglais pourrait paraître bizarre alors qu'il existe un livre similaire en français mais je voulais tenter cette expérience de le lire dans cette langue de référence. Je l'ai trouvé très bien malgré quelques blocages sur des termes techniques qu'il m'a fallu élucider, ça m'a fait progresser.
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Petit livre assez dense,à prix très modéré, à garder près de son Arduino préféré.
Tout est expliqué très clairement, le deuxième tome est tout aussi clair d'ailleurs
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Trés bon livre, il est clair, pas trop de bla bla, les bases en électronique sont expliquées et il se lit très facilement.
Je le recommande vivement.
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Le livre est très utile pour l'initiation des cartes Aduino. Il permet de coder rapidement les différents petits programmes de test.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 STILL A MUST HAVE Book for Arduino Hobbyists 30 décembre 2011
Par P. Fulmer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having just started using the Arduino last summer, I can say that this is the ABSOLUTELY BEST book a person could get to become familiar with the Arduino. I've been an electronics hobbyist for years but mainly dealt with analog world with minimal interest in too much on the digital side. I did programming but never with a microprocessor until I got my Arduino last summer. Now I'm hooked. Unfortunately, the usual books for "helping" with Arduino give sketches and explain bits and pieces without ever doing an overview of the system. However, this book is fantastic. Just got it today and have read over half of it; I've marked it up with pen to remind myself of crucial facts that I wish I had known a few months back. I programmed in Fortran (antique language) and BASIC before, but never learned the C programming language (the language of the Arduino). Thankfully, this book assumes no knowledge of C language and holds your hand through the process. It does a wonderful job explaining what each section of the programming does, it explains the hardware of the board, and it explains how the board communicates with the computer. At long last, instead of just copying and pasting someone else's program and hoping I can modify it to work for my own purposes, I can understand WHY certain things work the way they do.

UPDATE: I've had this book for over five months, and I still maintain that you have GOT to have this book. I have used it so much that I've about worn it out. Yes, the info that is in the book can be found elsewhere, but he covers so much material so well in such logical places. If you're trying to understand how and why Arduino sketches work the way they do, BUY THIS BOOK!

UPDATE 2: I STILL stand by my review of almost a year ago. I have used this book so much in referring to things that I may have to order a second copy as insurance in case I misplace the first. To be such a small book, it packs a lot of punch. It's written at just the right level for beginners who are just learning about Arduino and microprocessors in general, and he points you to all the resources on the web for further information. The book is practical and useful and just plain fun to read. So instead of having to copy and paste everyone else's code all the time, read this book to understand at least the basics of WHY things work in an Arduino the way they do.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good for beginners but could be a little more detailed 8 avril 2012
Par Tom Servo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am experienced with microcontroller systems but new to Arduino. Here's what I think of this book:
THE GOOD:
+ For a beginner it's very readable and isn't "here's a bunch of theory and then we do fun stuff". The book is very much hands-on oriented, giving just enough explanation related to the task at hand (which is both good & bad, more on this below)
+ Book is thin and small, will not cause "I have to read and understand all that?" anxiety for beginners
THE BAD:
- The use of timer interrupts is not discussed at all in this book. I found this disappointing as timer interrupts are a common way to handle "background" tasks (this is where you can run code at specific time intervals). One could argue that this is not a beginner topic but since pin interrupt-on-change interrupts ARE discussed I think timer interrupts should have been as well. UPDATE: The follow-up book Programming Arduino Next Steps: Going Further with Sketches (Tab) covers timer interrupts and other fun stuff.
- There are many issues that could be expanded on, even a couple of sentences would be helpful. Examples include:
Arduino maximum pin current sink/source & applied voltage limitations. This is briefly mentioned in Chapter 1, but the author just mentions to be careful to not exceed the 40mA current limitation. He should have also mentioned that you can damage the chip this way (also if you exceed max voltage to an I/O pin). This should have been repeated in Chapter 6 which deals with digital interfacing. One of the most common mistakes in interfacing is overlooking the max operating specifications and damaging the chip or decreasing long-term reliability.
In Chapter 10 where the author discusses Ethernet shields he mentions that you need the "official" shield based on the Wiznet chipset rather than the cheaper ones based on the Microchip ENC28F60 chip. He could have stated why - the reason is because the Wiznet chip handles the gory details of TCP/IP communication for you (and is more expensive than the ENC28J60 which requires the host chip to do the TCP/IP processing, which is NOT suitable for beginners).
OVERALL, it's a gentle introduction for beginners to Arduino. If you are new to Arduino I would recommend buying an extra board or chip in case you accidentally damage it. It can be helpful for troubleshooting to try the same code on a different board to see if the problem might be with the board. Also, search the internet for "10 Ways to Destroy an Arduino" to avoid expensive mistakes.
As a bonus, here are other useful Arduino-related items that I have reviewed/purchased and you might be interested in:
Cheap UNO clone: SainSmart UNO R3 ATmega328P Development Board + USB Cable Compatible With Arduino UNO R3 Mega 2560 Nano Robot
Cheap Mega2560 clone: SainSmart Mega2560 R3 ATmega2560-16AU + ATMEGA16U2 + USB Cable for Robot Arduino UNO MEGA2560 R3 Duemilanove 2013
Serial 2x16 LCD using I2C (only 2 I/O pins): ZITRADES New IIC/I2C/TWI 1602 Serial LCD Module Display For Arduino BY ZITRADES
Cheap Ethernet Shield: RioRand (TM) Upgraded Ethernet Shield W5100 for Arduino UNO R3 & MEGA 2560 Duemilanove
I hope you found this useful!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The book that should have been in the box 26 avril 2017
Par Mark Alsip - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a professional programmer with 32 years of experience and don't give out five star ratings to tech books lightly but this one deserves it.

The little experiment book that comes with Arduino is good for putting together circuits, but Programming Arduino goes several steps further and explains, in simple terms, WHY certain components are chosen for particular tasks, how and why they work together, fundamentals of programming and digital electronics for those of you who may need it, and (what I love) a lot of stimulus for ideas on what to do next with your Arduino now that you've opened the box and built the beginners' circuits.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A MUST HAVE for all Arduino fans! 18 août 2014
Par Opforsoldier - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a FANTASTIC book to start if you have no or limited experience with the Arduino as well as programming in C. While it only covers some of the basics you need to start, it has enough inside to make you want to search out more information. Even with it having been many years since I had done any type of programming but the book made it seem like riding a bike. As soon as I started using the sketches provided, my memory of many of the bits and pieces started to return. While it will be some time for the rest to follow suit, this book and it's companion will continue to be of good use.

What makes it great for the first timers is the clean, concise layout and the natural flow of the subject due to the authors excellent understanding of all things Arduino. Making a technical book that is not written in laboratory terms is no small task, but for being able to get technical terms across to the layman is why Simon Monk should be applauded. This should be a must have in all new Arduino users/hobbyists.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simon Monk rules! 20 mars 2016
Par Juan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I normally do not write reviews but I love reading them and deciding whether to or not to purchase the item of interest based on the satisfactory level of others. So I now feel obligated to write a review. "We are firmly in the realms of theory rather than practice here", says Mr. Monk the author of the book on page 95. I will be honest I have not read all the book but from what I have read so far I can say it has not been much hands on which is not a bad thing; Monk sticks to his word and teaches you many concepts in a friendly manner. All his sketches are downloadable from his personal website and everything is wonderfully documented. I purchased another book since I am very novice when it comes to Arduino; "Arduino Workshop", a hands on Introduction with 65 projects by John Boxall. I am reading both at the same time and OMG is life sweet to me right now. If you want hands on consider Arduino Workshop, but if all you want is to become familiar with the Arduino theory this is your book. Lastly if you would like a little bit of both well...
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