Library writing tutorial.

Partially inspired the great tutorials that ladyada has written and partially by some questions I’ve seen on the forum, I put together a tutorial on writing libraries for Arduino. It goes step-by-step through the process of making a library out of a sketch, but should be useful to anyone wanting to write an Arduino library.

Check it out:

Hey guys.

This is really the first time I've been poking around the forums (when I should be studying for an exam tomorrow) and usually hang out more on the Arduino IRC channel (I'm Hyphenex.)

I'm a complete newbie when it comes to electronics. Computing, not so much, so this tutorial is perfect for me in describing the basics! Exactly what I need (ok, maybe not what side of the USB cable to plug into the computer, and the arduino) but I can tell you were just being funny there :)

Once again, Great! I have to thank you a lot :)

This is making me excited about the prospect of getting an arduino in a few weeks (and maybe convincing one of my old school teachers I still keep in contact to get a few for his electronics class)

Very well done with these tutorials once again. Thanks :) ;D

That’s so cool, Mellis!

I was just lamenting the other day that there was no MIDI library and I should write one.


P.S. If anyone has MIDI code to donate, PM me.

Very well-written tutorial. Thanks!

Hey! There's a MIDI library now!

Thanks Mellis, it is a good job. I've done a library but i found a lot of problems. This tutorial help me to understand a lot of things.

That Library Tutorial is perfect! Thanks!

Awsome... im starting to toy with the arduino usb in a few days and im starting with a timer lcd/ keypad circuit. this will be a good starting point for me to learn. my mechanical/ elect skills are awsome but my codeing is heavely lacking.