im looking in to buying an arduino book for just so basic knolweg and codes so i can learn alil more bout the arduino... i have messed with the 8051 alot in school (ITT) they had a basic book for it... i was hoping their was one for the arduino also.
Go look online ... amazon google makershed and almost ANYONE that sells arduino and parts....
i did that and their is alot of books out their and i dont know what one has just some basic codes
Hey i hope thats for sure that you know about C language as you came towards Arduino, so go here and learn some basic commands: http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/HomePage Read Read and Read then Understand Understand and Understand it.. And for other stuff just search this site you will find a new world.. Chill.. ;)
Read this book, this is the very very basic book to start, i hope it will give you good start
ARDUINO_NOTEBOOKv6.pdf (349 KB)
Try this one too.
thanks yall that helps alot
[quote author=Saad Khalil link=topic=76065.msg574326#msg574326 date=1319074968]
Read Read and Read then Understand Understand and Understand it..
[/quote] Don't forget to PRACTICE it..Programming not easily comes with Reading and Understanding, but at-least in my case, in addition to reading, understanding the PRACTICE is necessary...
Khalid: [quote author=Saad Khalil link=topic=76065.msg574326#msg574326 date=1319074968] Read Read and Read then Understand Understand and Understand it..
[/quote] Ahhh.. Thanks Khalid.. Sorry i forgot the main point, that Practice worth a lot more than anything else so you have to also Practice, practice and more practice..
Just saw an ad in Wired magazine, new book due out Nov 1, "The Geek Dad book for aspiring Mad Scientists", part of a Radio Shack ad featuring Arduino & Programmable DIY Christmas Lights. Course, it also shows wiring LEDs direct to ATmega pins (using cat 6 cable for wire), so take it with a grain of salt.