There is no shame in asking for help when you get stuck on your Arduino projects, but there are definitely right and wrong ways to ask for help. Often people are not sure what information needs to be displayed. Here are some simple tips on how to ask a question, and how to trouble shoot to be able to get the information needed for a questionRead More
These 5 tips can help you write better, and more functional code for your Arduino projects. These helpful tips help you understand how important it is to use descriptive variable names, indent your code, use comments, the use of functions to make your code more reusable, and write documentation for your projects.
These 5 tips are useful for both novice makers/developers and more advanced ones. They are often overlooked making an otherwise great project a nightmare to deal withRead More
As makers we strive to make projects that are easy to use and have a more professional feel about them. If your project is user configurable (e.g. are you using C or F for your temperature), how do you store that information so it is kept, even when the Arduino gets reset?
What if you could make your Arduino remember these types of user changeable settings (e.g. using a menu saving your Wi-Fi password)?Read More