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Quick question - can you just use the mini breadboard with the Arduino Uno for prototyping or do you need a shield to fit in-between the two?
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You can use jumper wires to go from the shield pins to the breadboard pins.
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So I don't need any in-between stage between the Uno and the mini-breadboard then?
I was a little worried about it since lots of tutorials seem to be using a shield on top of the Arduino board and then connected it to the breadboard or mini-breadboard.

Would you know any good beginner tutorials for learning the basic electronics involving the Arduino boards?
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Try this one, and go thru the Learning section on the forum.
Be sure to always include  a current limit resistor with any LEDs.

http://www.earthshineelectronics.com/files/ASKManualRev5.pdf
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