After much searching many forums, I have came to the realization that there is very little usage of the LinkSprite CuHead. And along with that very little usage, there is little to none documentation. I see that this hardware is Arduino compatible and uses SPI communication through pins 10-13. I know it will be too easy for the Arduino to just automatically know the purpose for each pin the shield needs and their purposes, i.e. clock, miso, etc.
1) I know I will have to eventually write a code specifying the use of each pin. But since this is a shield and its pins go into the headers of the Arduino, do I have to make any connections between the Arduino Uno and the wifi shield with wires?
2) If using other hardware like sensors, motor controllers, etc, that call for the use of the other pins on the Uno, will the CuHead act as the Uno with no problem?
I feel like I am asking dummy questions, but I just want to make sure because I am a beginner with NO experience whatsoever using Arduino or even making these types of connections.
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