- eBook:Arduino Software Internals: A Complete Guide to How Your Arduino Language and Hardware Work Together
- Author:Norman Dunbar
- Edition:1 edition
- Data:April 26, 2020
- Pages:636 pages
- Format:PDF, ePUB
Arduino Software Internals takes a detailed dive into the Arduino environment. We’ll cover the Arduino language, hardware features, and how makers can finally ease themselves away from the hand holding of the Arduino environment and move towards coding in plain AVR C++ and talk to the microcontroller in its native language.
What You’ll Learn:
- How the Arduino Language interfaces with the hardware, as well as how it actually works in C++;
- How the compilation system works, and how kit can be altered to suit personal requirements;
- A small amount of AVR Assembly Language;
- Exactly how to set up and use the various hardware features of the AVR without needing to try and decode the data sheets – which are often bug ridden and unclear;
- Alternatives to the Arduino IDE which might give them a better workflow;
- How to build their own Arduino clone from scratch.
No expertise is required for this book! All you need is an interest in learning about what you’re making with Arduinos and how they work. This book is also useful for those looking to understand the AVR microcontroller used in the Arduino boards. In other words, all Makers are welcome!
Chapter 2: Arduino Compilation
Chapter 3: Arduino Language Reference
Chapter 4: Arduino Classes
Chapter 5: Converting to the AVR Language
Chapter 6: Alternatives to the Arduino IDE
Chapter 7: ATmega328P Configuration and Management
Chapter 8: ATmega328P Hardware: Timers and Counters
Chapter 9: ATmega328P Hardware: ADC and USART