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Gahhhrrrlic

Mar 14, 2017, 12:31 am Last Edit: Mar 17, 2017, 05:49 pm by Gahhhrrrlic
As I am something of a newbie myself, but technically proficient enough to bridge the gap between ignorance and knowledge, I thought I would create an article as a tutorial for how to use the 328's many features, both as a means of recording all the things I learned and to provide others the noob perspective so they can get into Arduino more easily without being intimidated by some of its complexity.  It's written in a very casual style but I think it will leave readers more confident to tackle projects if they've never worked with Arduino before.  Have fun:

The Ultimate Arduino Tutorial

In this article you will find concrete examples with full code included, pictures, video and other useful aids for the layperson to jump right into Arduino projects and see immediate results the same day.

Gahhhrrrlic

Update:

I added a section about the analog comparator in the article above.

GolamMostafa

1. Very beautiful article.

2. Examples on Pin Change Interrupts of ATmega328 may kindly be added.

3. with a lot of appreciations.

Gahhhrrrlic

1. Very beautiful article.

2. Examples on Pin Change Interrupts of ATmega328 may kindly be added.

3. with a lot of appreciations.
Thank you but for #2, I'm a bit confused since there is already a section describing the Interrupts.  Could you be more specific as to what's missing?

UPDATE:  I added a section about the EEPROM.  Even though it's not a "feature" per se, it is something that, unlike RAM, isn't always used so it deserves some attention, as its use is highly application specific.

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