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ArduinoBaby

Hi, all
I found a book named Practical Arduino: cool projects for open source hardware. I searched in my country and found no supplier.
Is there any Ebook for it? So i can read it on my PC.

Thanks :)

mowcius

Right not quite sure which book it is that you want but there are a number of free arduino related pdfs.

First is a starter kit tutorial by earthshine design. Great for beginners:
http://rs644.rapidshare.com/files/385329593/Arduino_Starter_Kit_Manual-Mar2010.pdf
Second is the arduino cheat sheet:
http://sites.google.com/site/mechatronicsguy/arduinocheatsheet/Arduinocheatsheetv02c.pdf?attredirects=0&d=1

There are a few other things floating about, most of which you can get for free.

Do a search and you should be able to find more.

Mowcius

Webmeister

You can buy the mentioned book from the publishers website as a PDF- ebook.

http://apress.com/book/view/1430224770

Jacksw

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Hi, all
I found a book named Practical Arduino: cool projects for open source hardware. I searched in my country and found no supplier.
Is there any Ebook for it? So i can read it on my PC.

I found one. You can read online :), but can not download. >:(
http://www.bookfm.com/book/bookdetail.html?bookid=107873

spookybonus

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I found one. You can read online Smiley, but can not download. Angry
http://www.bookfm.com/book/bookdetail.html?bookid=107873


you can only view up to page 20.

cr0sh

$40.00 US for a 450 page book isn't a bad price at all (if it were in hardcover it would be a steal!).
I will not respond to Arduino help PM's from random forum users; if you have such a question, start a new topic thread.

Christopher Singleton

I have a copy of the book and it is excellent. Although I bought it for two of the featured projects, reading the entire book and reviewing the code from all the projects has been very helpful.

Jonathan Oxer

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I have a copy of the book and it is excellent. Although I bought it for two of the featured projects, reading the entire book and reviewing the code from all the projects has been very helpful.


Cool, thanks for the comment!

By the way, I'm always interested to hear from people who've built projects in the book - or, better still, used them as a starting point and then built something a bit different. Zap me an email with pics and it'll make my day: jon@oxer.com.au
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Jonathan Oxer
Freetronics: www.freetronics.com
Practical Arduino: www.practicalarduino.com

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