Arduino Development for OSX and iOS

by Agus Kurniawan 6. September 2015 18:59
I just released my new book "Arduino Development for OSX and iOS". This book help you to develop Arduino boards on OSX and iOS environment. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Arduino 1.1.1 Arduino Uno 1.1.2 Arduino Leonardo 1.1.3 Arduino Mega 2560 1.1.4 Arduino Due 1.2 Electronic Components 1.2.1 Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.2 Fritzing 1.2.3 Cooking-Hacks: Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.4 Arduino Sidekick Basic kit 1.3 OSX, iOS and Xcode 1.4 Testing 2. Sketch Programming 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Arduino Hardware Driver on OSX 2.3 Simple Testing 2.4 Basic Sketch Programming 2.5 Digital I/O 2.6 Serial Communication 2.7 Analog I/O 2.7.1 Arduino Analog output (PWM) 2.7.2 Controlling RGB LED Color 2.7.3 Arduino Implementation 2.8 What's Next? 3. Controlling Arduino from OSX 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Installing Firmata on Arduino Board 3.3 Firmata and Python 3.4 Demo 3.4.1 Writing Python Program 3.4.2 Testing 4. Controlling Arduino from iOS 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Controlling Arduino from iOS 4.3 Demo 4.3.1 Firmata Program on Arduino Board 4.3.2 Writing Arduino Server 4.3.3 Writing iOS Program 4.3.4 Testing 5. Debugging Arduino Logic 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Reviewing Logic Tools 5.3 Demo 1: Analog and Digital 5.3.1 Ika Logic Installation 5.3.2 Wiring 5.3.3 Writing Arduino Software 5.3.3 Testing 5.4 Demo 2: I2C Communication   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/arduino-development-for-osx-and-ios/ebook/product-22347276.html Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015042B0M Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=fAiCCgAAQBAJ  Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/arduino-development-for-osx-and-ios

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Near Field Communication (NFC) for Embedded Applications

by Agus Kurniawan 30. August 2015 17:32
    I just finished my new book, Near Field Communication (NFC) for Embedded Applications. This book helps you to get started with Near Field Communication (NFC) programming. This book uses Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards for targeting embedded system. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Near Field Communication (NFC) 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 NFC Cards 2. NFC Programming for Arduino 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 NFC Library for Arduino 2.3 Wiring 2.4 Reading NFC Card 2.5 Writing NFC Card 3. NFC Programming for Raspberry Pi 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Enabling SPI and I2C on Raspberry Pi 3.3 Attaching NFC Module to Raspberry Pi 3.4 NFC Library for Raspberry Pi 3.5 Working with NFC Tools 3.6 Developing A Program for NFC 4. Building Attendance system Based NFC 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Wiring 4.3 Writing Arduino Program 4.4 Writing Python Program 4.5 Testing 5. Building Payment system Based NFC 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Wiring 5.4 Writing Program 5.5 Testing 5.6 What's Next?   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online stores: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/near-field-communication-nfc-for-embedded-applications/ebook/product-22338203.html  Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014NSUXXS Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=o6d1CgAAQBAJ  Kobo Store, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/near-field-communication-nfc-for-embedded-applications  iBookStore, https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/near-field-communication-nfc/id1036988836

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Teensy Development Workshop

by Agus Kurniawan 18. August 2015 22:04
Just finished my new book about Teensy Development Workshop. Teensy is a complete USB-based microcontroller system, in a very small footprint, breadboard-friendly development board designed by Paul Stoffregen and PJRC. This book helps you to get started with Teensy development on Windows, Linux and Mac. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Teensy 1.2 Electronics Components 1.2.1 Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.2 Fritzing 1.2.3 Cooking-Hacks: Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.4 Arduino Sidekick Basic kit v2 1.2.5 Grove - Starter Kit for Arduino 1.2.6 DFRobot - Arduino Kit for Beginner v3 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Testing 2. Setting Up Teensy 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Installing Teensyduino 2.3 Connecting Teensy board to Computer 2.4 Hello Teensy: Blinking LED 2.5 Updating Program 3. GPIO Programming 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Wiring 3.3 Writing a Program 3.4 Testing 4. UART 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Hello UART 4.2.1 Wiring 4.2.2 Writing a Program 4.2.3 Testing 4.3 Communicating Among UART modules 5. PWM and Analog Input 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Demo Analog Output (PWM) : RGB LED 5.2.1 Wiring 5.2.2 Writing Program 5.2.3 Testing 5.3 Demo Analog Input: Working with Potentiometer 5.3.1 Wiring 5.3.2 Writing Program 5.3.3 Testing 6. Working with I2C 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Writing Program 6.3 Writing Program 6.4 Testing 7. SPI 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Wiring 7.3 Writing a Program 7.4 Testing 8. mbed Development for Teensy 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 mbed Development 8.3 Writing a Program 8.4 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online stores. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/teensy-development-workshop/ebook/product-22321947.html Google Play Book, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=hlVhCgAAQBAJ Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0142WAR4K  Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/teensy-development-workshop  iBookStore, https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/teensy-development-workshop/id1032417849

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SparkFun ESP8266 Thing Development Workshop

by Agus Kurniawan 14. August 2015 22:08
I released a new book "SparkFun ESP8266 Thing Development Workshop". The SparkFun ESP8266 Thing is the cheap breakout and development board for the ESP8266 WiFi SoC. This book helps you to get started with SparkFun ESP8266 Thing board development using Arduino software. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 SparkFun ESP8266 Thing 1.2 Electronics Components 1.2.1 Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.2 Fritzing 1.2.3 Cooking-Hacks: Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.4 Arduino Sidekick Basic kit v2 1.2.5 Grove - Starter Kit for Arduino 1.2.6 DFRobot - Arduino Kit for Beginner v3 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Testing 2. Setting Up SparkFun ESP8266 Thing 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Installing Arduino Software 2.3 Connecting SparkFun ESP8266 Thing board to Computer 2.4 Hello SparkFun ESP8266 Thing: Blinking LED 2.5 Updating Program 3. GPIO Programming 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Wiring 3.3 Writing a Program 3.4 Testing 4. UART 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Wiring 4.3 Writing a Program 4.4 Testing 5. PWM and Analog Input 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Demo Analog Output (PWM) : RGB LED 5.2.1 Wiring 5.2.2 Writing Program 5.2.3 Testing 5.3 Demo Analog Input: Working with Potentiometer 5.3.1 Wiring 5.3.2 Writing Program 5.3.3 Testing 6. Working with I2C 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Writing Program 6.3 Writing Program 6.4 Testing 7. SPI 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Wiring 7.3 Writing a Program 7.4 Testing 8. Connecting to a Network 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Scanning WiFi Networks 8.3 Building a Simple Internet of Things   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/sparkfun-esp8266-thing-development-workshop/ebook/product-22314652.html Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013WDSV2A Google Play Book, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=obtbCgAAQBAJ Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/sparkfun-esp8266-thing-development-workshop  iBookStore, https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/sparkfun-esp8266-thing-development/id1031312451

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NodeMCU Development Workshop

by Agus Kurniawan 1. August 2015 07:56
I just release a new book "NodeMCU Development Workshop". NodeMCU is the Development Kit based on ESP8266 with NodeMCU firmware. This book helps you to get started with NodeMCU v2 development. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 NodeMCU 1.2 Electronics Components 1.2.1 Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.2 Fritzing 1.2.3 Cooking-Hacks: Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.4 Arduino Sidekick Basic kit v2 1.2.5 Grove - Starter Kit for Arduino 1.2.6 DFRobot - Arduino Kit for Beginner v3 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Testing 2. Setting Up NodeMCU 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Connecting NodeMCU board to Computer 2.3 Flashing The Latest NodeMCU Firmware 2.3.1 Windows Platform 2.3.2 Linux and OS X Platforms 2.4 Development Tools 2.4.1 Serial/UART Tool 2.4.2 Arduino IDE 2.4.3 NodeMCU Studio 2.5 Hello NodeMCU: Blinking LED 2.5.1 Wiring 2.5.2 Writing Program Using Serial/UART Tool 2.5.3 Uploading Lua Script File to NodeMCU Board 3. Lua Programming Language 3.1 Preparing Development Environment 3.2 Common Rule 3.3 Variables 3.3.1 Declaring Variable 3.3.2 Assigning Variables 3.3.3 Demo 3.4 Comment 3.5 Arithmetic Operations 3.6 Mathematical Functions 3.7 Increment and Decrement 3.8 Comparison Operators 3.9 Logical Operators 3.10 Decision - if..then 3.11 Iteration - for 3.12 Iteration - while 3.13 Iteration - repeat 3.14 break and do 3.15 Array 3.16 Functions 3.17 Lua Modules 4. GPIO Programming 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Wiring 4.3 Writing a Program 4.4 Testing 5. PWM and Analog Input 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Demo Analog Output (PWM) : RGB LED 5.2.1 Wiring 5.2.2 Writing Program 5.2.3 Testing 5.3 Demo Analog Input: Working with Potentiometer 5.3.1 Wiring 5.3.2 Writing Program 5.3.3 Testing 6. Working with I2C 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Writing Program 6.3 Writing Program 6.4 Testing 7. UART 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Wiring 7.3 Writing a Program 7.4 Testing 8. SPI 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Wiring 8.3 Writing a Program 8.4 Testing 9. Working with OLED Display 9.1 Getting Started 9.2 Wiring 9.3 Writing a Program 9.4 Testing 10. Connecting to a Network 10.1 Connecting to a WiFi Hotspot 10.2 Building a Simple Web Server   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/nodemcu-development-workshop/ebook/product-22297927.html  Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0135CUT3M Google Play Book, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=XP9ICgAAQBAJ Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/nodemcu-development-workshop  iBookStore, https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/nodemcu-development-workshop/id1027520271  

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Getting Started with Windows 10 for Raspberry 2

by Agus Kurniawan 26. June 2015 04:50
Windows 10 core will run on PCs, tablets, Windows Phones and even the Xbox at some point in the future.  I just release a new book “Getting Started with Windows 10 for Raspberry 2”. This book was written to help anyone who wants to get started with Windows 10 core for Raspberry Pi 2. It describes all the basic elements of Windows 10 core for Raspberry Pi 2 with step-by-step approach. Program samples with C# are be provided to illustrate how to develop program for Windows 10 core. Table of Content 1. Introduction to Raspberry Pi and Windows 10 1.1 Raspberry Pi 2 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 1.4 Unboxing 2. Deploying Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 2 2.1 Raspberry Pi 2 Operating System 2.2 Preparation 2.3 Flashing Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 2.4 Attaching Micro SD card on Raspberry Pi 3. Running and Configuring Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 3.1 Put Them All! 3.2 Connecting Raspberry Pi to a Network 3.3 Installing Visual Studio 2015 3.4 Enabling Developer Mode 3.5 Installing Developer Program for Windows IoT 3.6 Remoting Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi from PowerShell 3.7 Rebooting 3.8 Shutdown 3.9 Change Password 3.10 Windows 10 IoT Core Command Line Utils 3.11 Configuring Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 2 from Website 4. Hello World - LED Blinking 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Wiring 4.3 Writing Program 4.3.1 Creating a Project 4.3.2 Adding Windows IoT Extension SDK 4.3.3 Writing Codes 4.3.4 Configuring Remote Machine 4.4 Testing 4.5 Debugging 5. Raspberry Pi GPIO Programming 5.1 Introduction to GPIO 5.2 Accessing GPIO 5.3 Demo 1: LED and Pushbutton 5.3.1 Wiring 5.3.2 Creating a Project 5.3.3 Writing Codes 5.3.4 Configuring Remote Raspberry Pi 5.3.5 Testing 5.4 Demo 2: 7 Segment Display 5.4.1 Getting Started with 7 Segment Display 5.4.2 Deploying Hardware Wiring 5.4.3 Creating a Project 5.4.4 Writing Codes 5.4.5 Configuring Remote Raspberry Pi 5.4.6 Testing 6. Working with I2C/TWI Protocol 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Demo 1: Sensor Device Based I2C 6.2.1 Sensor Device Base I2C 6.2.2 Writing Program 6.2.2.1 Creating a Project 6.2.2.2 Writing Codes 6.2.2.3 Configuring Remote Machine 6.2.3 Testing 6.3 Demo 2: Actuator Device Based I2C 6.3.1 Actuator Device 6.3.2 Writing Program 6.3.2.1 Creating a Project 6.3.2.2 Writing Codes 6.3.2.3 Configuring Remote Machine 6.3.3 Testing 7. Working with SPI Protocol 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Demo: Hello SPI 7.2.1 Hardware Configuration 7.2.2 Writing Program 7.2.3 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-windows-10-for-raspberry-2/ebook/product-22233771.html  Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010E5XD68 Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/getting-started-with-windows-10-for-raspberry-2  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=C7z9CQAAQBAJ  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329261266

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Getting Started with Windows Remote Arduino

by Agus Kurniawan 20. June 2015 12:01
Windows Remote Arduino is an open-source Windows Runtime Component library which allows Makers to control an Arduino through a Bluetooth or USB connection. It uses Firmata Procotol. I just release a new book “Getting started with Windows Remote Arduino”. This book helps you to get started with Windows Remote Arduino which runs on Windows 10. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Arduino 1.1.1 Arduino Uno 1.1.2 Arduino Leonardo 1.1.3 Arduino Mega 2560 1.1.4 Arduino Due 1.2 Electronics Components 1.2.1 Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.2 Fritzing 1.2.3 Cooking-Hacks: Arduino Starter Kit 1.2.4 Arduino Sidekick Basic kit v2 1.2.5 Grove - Starter Kit for Arduino 1.2.6 DFRobot - Arduino Kit for Beginner v3 1.3 Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015 1.4 Windows Remote Arduino 1.5 Arduino Software 1.6 Testing 2. Windows Remote Arduino for Windows 10 2.1 Setting Up Arduino on Windows 10 2.1.1 Arduino Hardware Driver on Windows 10 2.1.2 Simple Testing 2.2 Arduino and Windows Remote Arduino (WRA) 2.2.1 Configuring Arduino Board 2.2.2 Compiling Windows Remote Arduino 2.3 Windows Remote Arduino with USB 2.3.1 Wiring 2.3.2 Creating A Project 2.3.3 Adding Reference Files for Windows Remote Arduino 2.3.4 Configuring Windows Remote Arduino (WRA) on Project 2.3.5 Writing Program 2.3.6 Testing 2.4 Windows Remote Arduino with Bluetooth 3. Digital I/O 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Wiring 3.3 Creating and Configuring a Project 3.4 Writing a Program 3.5 Testing 4. Analog I/O 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Demo Analog Output: RGB LED 4.2.1 Arduino Analog output (PWM) 4.2.2 Wiring 4.2.3 Writing Program 4.2.4 Testing 4.3 Demo Analog Input: Working with Potentiometer 4.3.1 Wiring 4.3.2 Writing Program 4.3.3 Testing 5. Working with I2C 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Writing Program 5.3 Testing 6. Servo Motor 6.1 Servo Motor 6.2 Wiring 6.3 Writing A Program 6.4 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-windows-remote-arduino/ebook/product-22223302.html Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=pMjwCQAAQBAJ Amazon Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0101LCETM Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/getting-started-with-windows-remote-arduino iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329231498 NOOK, in progress

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Getting Started with ASP.NET 5 for OS X, Linux, and Windows

by Agus Kurniawan 6. June 2015 08:54
I just finished my new book “Getting Started with ASP.NET 5 for OS X, Linux, and Windows”. This book helps you to get started with ASP.NET 5 development on OS X, Linux and Windows. This book provides scenario samples to illustrate how to work with ASP.NET 5.   Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 ASP.NET 5 1.2 System Requirements 1.3 Development Tools 2 Deploying ASP.NET 5 on OS X 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Deploying ASP.NET 5 2.3 Testing 2.3.1 ASP.NET Console 2.3.2 ASP.NET 5 2.3.3 ASP.NET MVC 2.4 Development Tools 3 Deploying ASP.NET 5 on Linux 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Deploying ASP.NET 5 3.2.1 Installing Mono 3.2.2 Installing libuv 3.2.3 Installing DNVM 3.2.4 Installing git 3.3 Testing 3.3.1 ASP.NET Console 3.3.2 ASP.NET 5 3.3.3 ASP.NET MVC 3.4 Development Tools 4 Deploying ASP.NET 5 on Windows 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Deploying ASP.NET 5 4.2.1 Installing .NET 4.2.2 Installing DNVM 4.2.3 Installing git 4.3 Testing 4.3.1 ASP.NET Console 4.3.2 ASP.NET 5 4.3.3 ASP.NET MVC 4.4 Development Tools 5. ASP.NET 5 Development 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Building ASP.NET 5 Console Application 5.2.1 Creating A Project 5.2.2 Writing Program 5.2.3 Testing 5.3 Building ASP.NET 5 MVC Application 5.3.1 Creating a Project 5.3.2 Writing Program 5.3.2.1 Creating Model 5.3.2.2 Creating Controller 5.3.2.3 Creating View 5.3.3 Testing 6. ASP.NET 5 RESTful and AngularJS 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Creating Project 6.3 Writing Program 6.3.1 Creating Model 6.3.2 Dummy Database 6.3.3 Creating Controller 6.3.4 Creating View 6.3.5 AngularJS Program 6.4 Testing 6.5 What's The Next?   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-aspnet-5-for-os-x-linux-and-windows/ebook/product-22203500.html  Kindle Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YZNE2P2 Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=A2TMCQAAQBAJ Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/getting-started-with-asp-net-5-for-os-x-linux-and-windows  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329195882

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The Hands-on ARM mbed Development Lab Manual

by Agus Kurniawan 19. May 2015 07:28
I just released my new book, The Hands-on ARM mbed Development Lab Manual . This book helps you to get started with ARM mbed development. Several codes samples are provided to illustrate how to work with ARM mbed boards using online mbed Compiler. The following is highlight topics in this book. Setting Up Development Environment mbed Digital I/O ARM mbed UART mbed Analog I/O mbed I2C/TWI mbed SPI mbed and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Controlling Servo Motor   Table of Content 1. Setting Up Development Environment 1.1 ARM mbed Boards 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 Setting up mbed Board to Computer 1.6 Hello mbed and STM32 Nucleo 1.6.1 Registration 1.6.2 Adding STM32 Nucleo as Target Board 1.6.3 Creating Project 1.6.4 Compiling 1.6.5 Deploying Program to STM32 Nucleo Board 1.6.6 Testing 1.7 Hello mbed and RedBearLab nRF51822 1.7.1 Registration 1.7.2 Adding RedBearLab nRF51822 Board to mbed IDE 1.7.3 Creating Project 1.7.4 Adding mbed Library 1.7.5 Writing Program 1.7.6 Compiling 1.7.7 Deploying Program to RedBearLab nRF51822 Board 1.7.8 Testing 2. mbed Digital I/O 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Demo 1: Turning on LED by Pressing Pushbutton 2.2.1 Wiring Hardware 2.2.2 Writing Program 2.2.3 Testing 2.3 Demo 2: Seven-Segment Display 2.3.1 Getting Started with 7 Segment Display 2.3.2 Deploying Hardware Wiring 2.3.3 Building Application 2.3.4 Testing 3. Serial Communication - UART 3.1 ARM mbed UART 3.1.1 Installing mbed Serial Driver for Windows Platform 3.2 Demo 1: Hello mbed UART 3.2.1 Wiring 3.2.2 Writing Program 3.2.3 Testing 3.3 Demo 2: UART Pingpong 3.3.1 Hardware Configuration 3.3.2 Writing Program for Arduino 3.3.3 Writing Program for mbed 3.3.4 Testing 4. mbed Analog I/O 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Demo 1: Reading Analog Input - Analog Sensor 4.2.1 Hardware Wiring 4.2.2 Writing Program 4.2.3 Testing 4.3 Demo 2: Writing Analog Output (PWM) - RGB LED 4.3.1 RGB LED 4.3.2 Hardware Configuration 4.3.2 Writing Program 4.3.3 Testing 5. mbed I2C/TWI 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Demo 1: Sensor Device Based I2C 5.2.1 Sensor Device Base I2C 5.2.2 Writing Program 5.2.3 Testing 5.3 Demo 2: Actuator Device Based I2C 5.3.1 Actuator Device 5.3.2 Writing Program 5.3.3 Testing 6. mbed SPI 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Demo 1: Hello SPI 6.2.1 Hardware Configuration 6.2.2 Writing Program 6.2.3 Testing 6.3 Demo 2: Digital Potentiometer Based SPI 6.3.1 Digital Potentiometer - MCP41x1 and MCP41x2 6.3.2 Wiring 6.3.3 Writing Program 6.3.4 Testing 7. mbed and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Hello iBeacon 7.3 Bluetooth Chat 7.3.1 Creating Application 7.3.2 Testing 7.3.2.1 Installing BLE Controller on iOS/Android 7.3.2.2 Running Serial App on PC 7.3.2.3 Testing Chatting 8. Controlling Servo Motor 8.1 Servo Motor 8.2 Hardware Implementation 8.3 Writing Program 8.4 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online stores. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/the-hands-on-arm-mbed-development-lab-manual/ebook/product-22176396.html Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=ZJ9qCQAAQBAJ Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XTFTNWE  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329144286 KOBO, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/the-hands-on-arm-mbed-development-lab-manual  

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Redis Programming by Example

by Agus Kurniawan 8. May 2015 21:03
I just released a new book “Redis Programming by Example”. This book helps you to get started with Redis from several programming languages on Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms. Several code samples to illustrate how to work are be provided. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Redis 1.1.1 Linux 1.1.2 Windows 1.1.3 Mac 1.2 Development Tools 1.3 Hello World 2. Redis Basic Commands 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Data Manipulation 2.2.1 strings 2.2.2 lists 2.2.3 sets 2.3 Server Administration 3. Redis and Python 3.1 Redis Driver for Python 3.2 Hello Redis and Python 3.3 Case Study: Sensor Publisher/Subscriber 4. Redis and PHP 4.1 Redis Driver for PHP 4.2 Hello Redis and PHP 5. Redis and .NET 5.1 Redis Driver for .NET 5.2 Hello Redis from C# 5.3 Case Study: Building Sensor Publisher/Subscriber 6. Redis and Node.js 6.1 Redis Driver for Node.js 6.2 Hello Redis and Node.js 6.3 Case Study: Building Sensor Publisher/Subscriber 7. Redis and Java 7.1 Redis Driver for Java 7.2 Hello Redis and Java 7.3 Case Study: Building Sensor Publisher/Subscriber 8. Redis and Ruby 8.1 Redis Driver for Ruby 8.2 Hello Redis from Ruby 8.3 Case Study: Building Sensor Publisher/Subscriber   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XBBE574 Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=eUP_CAAAQBAJ Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/redis-programming-by-example/ebook/product-22163002.html Kobo, https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/redis-programming-by-example  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781329121737

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My Books

SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 LaunchPad Development Workshop  MicroPython for ESP8266 Development Workshop

Smart Internet of Things Projects  Arduino UNO WiFi Development Workshop

XBee Wi-Fi development workshop SparkFun Simblee BLE Development Workshop

Mengenal Microsoft Azure ML Getting Started with Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry Pi 3

Arduino and Genuino Zero Development Workshop Go and SQL Server Programming By Example

Arduino and Genuino MKR1000 Development Workshop  Mengenal Microsoft Azure IoT

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi 3 PHP and PostgreSQL Programming By Example

Arduino and Genuino 101 Development Workshop Getting Started with Raspberry Pi Zero

Getting Started with Arduino Wiring for Windows 10 IoT Core Getting Started with Wolfram Language and Mathematica for Raspberry Pi

Arduino Uno: A Hands-On Guide for Beginner Arduino Leonardo and Arduino Micro: A Hands-On Guide for Beginner

RedBearLab CC3200 Development Workshop The Photon Kit Development Workshop

Python Programming by Example Raspberry Pi LED Blueprints

Bluno Beetle Development Workshop BeagleBone Black Programming using Matlab

Arduino Programming using MATLAB Digispark USB Development Workshop

Near Field Communication (NFC) for Embedded Applications Arduino Development for OSX and iOS

SparkFun ESP8266 Thing Development Workshop Teensy Development Workshop

Getting Started with Windows 10 for Raspberry 2 NodeMCU Development Workshop

Getting Started with ASP.NET 5 for OS X, Linux, and Windows Getting Started with Windows Remote Arduino

Redis Programming by Example The Hands-on ARM mbed Development Lab Manual

Getting Started With STM32 Nucleo Development Getting Started with Windows IoT and Intel Galileo

Learning C by Example Getting Started with Raspberry Pi 2

Getting Started with Arduino and Go The Hands-on Arduino Yún Manual Lab

The Hands-on MEAN Lab Manual, Volume 1 Go Programming by Example

Getting Started with Scratch for pcDuino Raspberry Pi Wireless Networks

BeagleBone Black Programming by Example Database Programming Using R

Learning R in 120 Minutes The Hands-on Intel Edison Manual Lab

Getting Started with pcDuino3 TI ARM Cortex-M LaunchPad Programming by Example

Raspberry Pi I/O Programming using Python Getting Started with Intel IoT and Intel Galileo

Pemrograman Java Tingkat Lanjut PHP and MongoDB Programming By Example

ASP.NET SignalR Programming By Example KnockoutJS Programming by Example

Getting Started with Java ME Embedded 8 and Raspberry Pi XBee IEEE 802.15.4 Programming

Raspberry Pi System Programming for Beginner Backbone.js Programming By Example

PHP and SQL Server Programming By Example AngularJS Programming by Example

jQuery Programming by Example Getting Started with Arduino and Ruby

Raspberry Pi Command Line for Beginner Getting Started with Arduino and Python

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