Ever heard about Barebone Arduino? It consists of trimming down an Arduino to it's very basic parts and can be really effective in cost reduction. Even it might seem the simplest version of an Arduino (actually I wouldn't be calling it an Arduino any more) we can go even further and drop the external crystal in … Continue reading Programming an ATmega328
Ok, I've recently got caught into the makers fever, I admit it. Now, I've recently got two Spark Cores (those little devices are amazing!) I intend to use for a project of mine, but the nRF24L01 library I need has not been ported yet for this little beast. Hey, this is the open source and … Continue reading The SparkCore: makers meet the cloud!
Ok, you have done some experience with your arduino, wired up some examples and you feel proficient with the Arduino IDE, but you feel you are missing something on the software side: a real integrated environment with auto completion, source code formatting and all that stuff. Why don't you switch to Eclipse? Well, that's an … Continue reading Stepping up in Arduino development