Update: I just found out how to use the Arduino to drive a stepper motor without a stepper motor driver. If it's possible to do that, what's the whole point of a stepper motor driver anyways?
If it's that simple, then I won't have to use an EasyDriver.
My Arduino is driving the stepper motor, but my stepper motor is relatively small. Here is the link: https://www.pololu.com/product/1204
I followed all the wiring directions on the website.
Also, it works with the same wiring with just the Arduino.
why does Arduino have a Stepper library, just wondering?
For use with stepping motors together with suitable stepping motor drivers.
In that case, is there any code I can use using the Stepper library that can be used with an EasyDriver?
Not for long! When you see the smoke curling up from your project, pull the plug quickly.
The stepper motor doesn't turn with the EasyDriver when using the Stepper library. Do you think the problem is using the Arduino as a power source?