Go Programming by Example

by Agus Kurniawan 23. February 2015 21:14
I released my new book “Go Programming by Example”. This book helps you to get started with Go programming. It describes all the elements of the language and illustrates their use with code examples. Table of Content 1. Development Environment 1.1 Installation 1.2 Development Tools 1.3 Hello World 1.4 Go Packages 2. Go Programming Language 2.1 Common Rule 2.2 Variables 2.2.1 Declaring Variable 2.2.2 Assigning Variables 2.2.3 Demo 2.3 Comment 2.4 Arithmetic Operations 2.5 Mathematical Functions 2.6 Increment and Decrement 2.7 Getting Input from Keyboard 2.8 Comparison Operators 2.9 Logical Operators 2.10 Decision 2.10.1 if..then 2.10.2 switch..case 2.11 Iteration - for 2.12 Iteration - while 2.13 break and continue 3. Arrays, Slices and Maps 3.1 Array 3.2 Slice 3.3 Map 4. Functions 4.1 Creating A Simple Function 4.2 Function with Parameters 4.3 Function with Returning Value 4.4 Function with Multiple Returning Values 4.5 Function with Multiple Parameters and Returning Value 4.6 Closure Function 4.7 Recursion Function 4.8 Testing 5. Pointers 5.1 Pointer in Go 5.2 Demo: Singly Linked List 6. Structs and Methods 6.1 Structs 6.2 Methods 7. String Operations 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Concatenating Strings 7.3 String To Numeric 7.4 Numeric to String 7.5 String Parser 7.6 Check String Data Length 7.7 Copy Data 7.8 Upper and Lower Case Characters 7.9 Testing A Program 8. File Operations 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Writing Data Into A File 8.3 Reading Data From A File 8.4 Writing All 9. Error Handling and Logging 9.1 Error Handling 9.2 defer, panic(), and recover() 9.3 try..catch 9.4 Logging 10. Building Own Go Package 10.1 Creating Simple Module 10.2 Building Own Package 11. Concurrency 11.1 Getting Started 11.2 Goroutines 11.3 Synchronizing Goroutines 11.4 Channels 12. Encoding 12.1 Getting Started 12.2 Encoding Base64 12.3 Hexadecimal 12.4 JSON 12.5 XML 12.6 CSV 13. Hashing and Cryptography 13.1 Getting Started 13.2 Hashing 13.2.1 Hashing with MD5 13.2.2 Hashing with SHA256 13.2.3 Hashing with Key Using HMAC 13.2.4 Testing 13.3 Cryptography 13.3.1 Symmetric Cryptography 13.3.2 Asymmetric Cryptography 14. Database Programming 14.1 Database for Go 14.2 MySQL Driver for Go 14.3 Testing Connection 14.4 Querying 15. Socket Programming 15.1 Socket Module 15.2 Hello World 15.3 Client/Server Socket 15.3.1 Server Socket 15.3.2 Client Socket 15.3.3 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/go-programming-by-example/ebook/product-22055813.html Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TWLZVQQ Google Play Book, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=3_HFBgAAQBAJ Kobo, http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Go-Programming-by-Example/book-BgVL1JlA9kKaVRMMW3bjtg/page1.html  iBookstore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312939301

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Books | Go

The Hands-on MEAN Lab Manual, Volume 1

by Agus Kurniawan 30. January 2015 09:17
I just released my new book about The Hands-on MEAN (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js) Lab Manual. This book helps you how to develop web application based MEAN stack with hands-on-lab approach. The book volume 1 explores how to get started with MEAN stack with several code samples. Finding the power of MEAN (MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node) stack to build modern web application Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node (MEAN) 1.2 Development Tools 1.3 Hello World MEAN 1.3.1 Deploying MEAN Library 1.3.2 Building Application 1.3.3 Testing 2. Basic Routing 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Demo: Basic Routing 2.2.1 Creating A Project 2.2.2 Writing Program 2.2.3 Testing 2.3 What's Next? 3. Input and Form Handling 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Demo: Building Registration Form 3.2.1 Create A Project 3.2.2 Writing AngularJS Program 3.2.3 Building UI 3.2.4 Testing 4. Data Binding and Templates 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Jade Template 4.2.1 Demo: Input Form 4.2.2 Writing Program 4.2.3 Testing 4.3 HTML Template 4.4 EJS Template 4.5 Handlebars Template 5. MongoDB Data Modeling 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Demo: CRUD Application 5.2.1 Creating A Project 5.2.2 Database Access 5.2.3 Creating Data 5.2.4 Reading Data 5.2.5 Updating Data 5.2.6 Deleting Data 6. Express Routes and Middleware 6.1 Express Routes 6.1.1 Route Methods 6.1.2 Route Paths 6.1.3 Handling Querystring 6.2 Express Middleware 6.2.1 Building A Simple Express Middleware 6.2.2 Third-Party Middlewares 7. Cookie and Session 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Cookie 7.2.1 CRUD Operations for Cookie 7.2.2 Testing 7.2.3 Signed Cookie 7.3 Session 7.3.1 Writing and Reading Session 7.3.2 Testing 8. Error Handling 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Logging 8.3 Logging File 9. Building RESTful Application 9.1 Getting Started 9.2 Building A Contact Online Application 9.2.1 Building Database 9.2.2 Creating Project 9.2.3 Building Back-End 9.2.3.1 Database Access 9.2.4 Node.js and Express 9.2.5 Building Front-End 9.2.5.1 AngularJS Service and Controller 9.2.5.2 Jade 9.2.6 Deployment 9.2.7 Testing 10. Data Paging 10.1 Getting Started 10.2 Demo: Employee Viewer Application 10.2.1 Building Database 10.2.2 Creating Project 10.2.3 Building Back-End 10.2.3.1 Database Access 10.2.3.2 Generating Data 10.2.4 Node.js and Express 10.2.5 Building Front-End 10.2.5.1 AngularJS Service and Controller 10.2.5.2 Jade 10.2.6 Deployment 10.2.7 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online book store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/the-hands-on-mean-lab-manual-volume-1/ebook/product-22020510.html  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=p4lvBgAAQBAJ  Amazon Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SXQAEUO  Kobo Book Store, http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/The-Hands-MEAN-Lab-Manual/book-3KsjFOtX2EOXD7mcQiR7dw/page1.html  iBookstore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312876163

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Books | Database | Node.js

Raspberry Pi Wireless Networks

by Agus Kurniawan 11. January 2015 17:12
I just released new book about Raspberry Pi Wireless Networks.  Learn about building a wireless network on Raspberry Pi with several wireless modules.   Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Raspberry Pi 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 Change Raspberry Pi Hostname 1.6 Raspberry Pi GPIO 1.7 Python Library for GPIO 1.8 Hello World 1.9 Further Reading 2. Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 Networks 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Wi-Fi USB 2.2.1 Wi-Fi USB Hardware 2.2.2 Demo: Connecting Wi-Fi Network 2.3 Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 Wireless Module 2.3.1 Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 Wireless Module Hardware 2.3.2 Connecting Wi-Fi Module to Raspberry Pi 2.3.3 Demo 1: Connecting to Wi-Fi Hotspot 2.3.4 Demo 2: Creating Access Points (AP) 2.3.5 Demo 3: Creating A Simple Web Server 3. IR Communication 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Building IR Remote 3.2.1 Hardware Implementation 3.2.2 Configuring and Testing 3.2.3 Recording 4. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and iBeacon 4.1 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 4.2 Installing Bluez5 4.3 Pairing Bluetooth Devices 4.4 BLE Development and iBeacon 4.4.1 Installing Node.js 4.4.2 Bleno 4.5 Further Reading 5. Wireless Communication Using 315/433 Mhz RF Modules 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 RF Transmitter and Receiver Link Kit 5.2.1 Wiring 5.2.2 Building Transmitter Application 5.2.3 Building Receiver Application 5.2.4 Testing 6. Wireless Communication Using 2.4 GHz RF Modules 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Getting Hardware 6.3 Wiring 6.4 Configuring SPI on Raspberry Pi 6.5 Installing nRF24L01 Module 6.6 Testing 6.6.1 Scanner Testing 6.6.2 Receiver and Transmitter Testing 7. IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPAN Networks 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 XBee IEEE 802.15.4 7.2.1 Getting Hardware 7.2.2 Connecting XBee IEEE 802.15.4 to Raspberry Pi 7.2.3 XBee Programming for Raspberry Pi 7.3 Demo: Raspberry Pi and PC Communication Through XBee 7.3.1 XBee Configuration 7.3.2 Writing Program for Raspberry Pi and PC 7.3.3 Testing 7.4 Further Reading 8. RFID and NFC Communication 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Getting Hardware 8.3 Reading RFID Card/Key 8.4 Reading NFC Memory 9. FM Radio Receiver 9.1 Getting Started 9.2 Getting Hardware 9.3 Wiring 9.4 Configuring I2C for Raspberry Pi 9.5 Writing Program 9.5 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/raspberry-pi-wireless-networks/ebook/product-21992398.html Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=ME8jBgAAQBAJ  Amazon Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S3LA61G  Kobo Books Store, http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/raspberry-pi-wireless-networks 

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Books | Networking | Raspberry Pi

Getting Started with Scratch for pcDuino

by Agus Kurniawan 2. January 2015 02:52
I finished my new book about Getting Started with Scratch for pcDuino. This book helps you how to get started with Scratch, http://scratch.mit.edu/ , for pcDuino. It covers a basic programming for Scratch includes accessing pcDuino GPIO. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 pcDuino 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 pcDuino3 Unboxing 2. Basic Configuration for pcDuino 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Running pcDuino3 2.3 Configuring Network 2.4 SSH 2.5 Remote Desktop with VNC 2.6 SFTP 2.7 Connecting to WIFI 2.8 Browser and Internet 2.9 Updating Software Package 2.10 Reboot and Shutdown 3. Hello Scratch 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Hello Scratch 3.2.1 Creating A Project 3.3.2 Writing Scratch Program 3.3.3 Running Program 3.3.4 Saving Program Into A File 3.3 Working with Sprite 3.4 Working with Background 4. Motion 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Coordinate System and Direction 4.3 Demo 1: Movement 4.4 Demo 2: Direction 5. Variables and Operators 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Working with Variables 5.3 Workign with A List 5.4 Operators 6. Control 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 Decision 6.3 Looping 7. Looks, Sound and Pen 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Looks 7.3 Sound 7.4 Pen 8. Sensing 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Demo 8.2.1 Drawing Stage Background 8.2.2 Building Program 8.2.3 Running 9. pcDuino GPIO and Scratch 9.1 Getting Started 9.2 GPIO 9.3 Scratch and Hardware Palette 9.4 Demo 1: Blinking 9.5 Demo 2: Switch and LED   How to Buy You get this book on the following online store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-scratch-for-pcduino/ebook/product-21978052.html  Amazon Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ROA1IZU  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=_EIIBgAAQBAJ   Kobo Store, http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/getting-started-with-scratch-for-pcduino

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Books | Embedded System | pcDuino

Database Programming Using R

by Agus Kurniawan 28. December 2014 22:44
RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) data is structured in database tables, fields and records. It's a great if we can combine R and RDMS as data storage. I released my new book about Database Programming Using R. This book helps you how to get started with Database programming using R. It uses MySQL, SQL Server and Oracle for database illustration. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Getting Started 1.2 R for Windows Platform 1.3 R for Linux Platform 1.4 R Script Editor 1.5 Hello World 1.6 Hello World R using RStudio 1.7 What's Next? 2. R Configuration for Database Server 2.1 Database Configuration 2.1.1 MySQL 2.1.1.1 Windows Platform 2.1.1.2 Ubuntu Linux Platform 2.1.2 Microsoft SQL Server 2.1.3 Oracle 2.2 Connectivity Testing 2.2.1 Testing for R and MySQL 2.2.2 Testing for R and Microsoft SQL Server 2.2.3 Testing for R and Oracle 3. Database Table Operations 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Inserting Data 3.3 Reading Data 3.4 Updating Data 3.5 Deleting Data 3.6 Finding Data 4. Stored Procedures 4.1 Creating Stored Procedure 4.1.1 MySQL 4.1.2 SQL Server 4.2 Executing a Stored Procedure 4.2.1 MySQL 4.2.2 MS SQL Server 5. Working with Image and Binary Data 5.1 Image and Binary Data 5.2 Inserting Data 5.3 Reading Data 6. Transactions 6.1 What is a Transaction? 6.2 MySQL 6.3 SQL Server 6.4 Oracle   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/database-programming-using-r/ebook/product-21972312.html  Amazon Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RIYFLUA  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=kWfzBQAAQBAJ  Kobo Store, http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/database-programming-using-r  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312789401

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Books | Database | Linux | R | Windows

The Hands-on Intel Edison Manual Lab

by Agus Kurniawan 7. December 2014 17:14
Intel Edison development platform is the first in a series of low-cost, general purpose compute platforms and companies working in the Internet of Things (IoT) and Wearable Computing. I just released my new book, The Hands-on Intel Edison Manual Lab. This book helps you how to get started with Intel Edison development with Intel Edison kit for Arduino using Python, C/C++, and Node.js. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Intel Edison 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 Intel Edison Boxing 1.6 Connecting Intel Edison to Computer 1.6.1 Windows Platform 1.6.2 Linux Platform 1.7 Updating The Latest Intel Edison Firmware 2. Yocto Embedded Linux-based OS 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Configuring Intel Edison: Hostname and Password 2.2.1 Change Hostname 2.2.2 Change root Password 2.3 Connecting to Wi-Fi Hotspot 2.4 SSH 2.5 Change Date/Timezone 2.6 Web Server 2.6.1 Adding HTML File 2.7 SFTP 2.8 Development on Yocto Linux 2.8.1 Python 2.8.2 Node.js 2.8.3 C/C++ with GCC 2.9 Reboot and Shutdown 2.10 Updating Software 2.11 Installing Nano - Text Editor 2.12 Intel Edison Unofficial Repository 3. Working with Arduino IDE Software 3.1 Intel Edison and Arduino IDE Software 3.2 Hello Intel Edison and Arduino 3.2.1 Hardware Configuration 3.2.2 Building Application 3.2.3 Testing 3.3 Demo: Seven-Segment Display 3.3.1 Getting Started with 7 Segment Display 3.3.2 Deploying Hardware Wiring 3.3.3 Building Application 3.3.4 Testing 3.4 Working with Serial Communication (UART) 3.5 Reading Analog Input 3.5.1 Hardware Configuration 3.5.2 Writing Application 3.5.3 Testing 3.6 Working with Analog Output 3.6.1 RGB LED 3.6.2 Hardware Configuration 3.6.3 Writing Application 3.6.4 Testing 3.7 Working with SPI 4. Intel Edison I/O Programming using Python 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 GPIO 4.3 Analog I/O - Reading Analog Input 4.4 UART 4.5 SPI 4.6 I2C/TWI 5. Intel Edison Development using C/C++ 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 GPIO 5.3 Analog I/O - Reading Analog Input 5.4 UART 5.5 SPI 5.6 I2C/TWI 6. Intel Edison Development using Node.js 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 GPIO 6.3 Analog I/O - Reading Analog Input 6.4 UART 6.5 SPI 6.6 I2C/TWI 7. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and iBeacon 7.1 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 7.2 Pairing BLE Devices 7.3 BLE Development and iBeacon 7.4 Further Reading 8. Working with XBee IEEE 802.15.4 8.1 XBee IEEE 802.15.4 8.2 Getting Hardware 8.3 Connecting XBee IEEE 802.15.4 to Intel Edison 8.4 XBee with AT Command 8.5 Demo Chatting Program 8.5.1 Hardware Configuration 8.5.2 XBee Configuration 8.5.3 Writing Python Program for Intel Edison 8.5.4 Testing 8.6 XBee with API Mode 8.7 Further Reading   How to Buy You can get this book on the following book store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/the-hands-on-intel-edison-manual-lab/ebook/product-21939355.html  Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QOXR0JG  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=XFe6BQAAQBAJ  Kobo Store, http://store.kobobooks.com/us-EN/ebook/the-hands-on-intel-edison-manual-lab  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312736979  Nook Store, http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-hands-on-intel-edison-manual-lab-agus-kurniawan/1120952875 

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Books | C/C++ | Intel Edison | Node.js | Python

Learning R in 120 Minutes

by Agus Kurniawan 28. November 2014 21:47
My new book “Learning R in 120 Minutes” which helps you to get started with R is released. Several script samples are be provided to to accelerate your learning with step-by-step approach.   Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Getting Started 1.2 R for Windows Platform 1.3 R for Linux Platform 1.4 R Script Editor 1.5 Hello World 1.6 Hello World R using RStudio 2. Essentials of R Programming Language 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Writing R Script Files 2.3 Executing R Script File 2.4 Clearing R Console 2.5 Data Type and Declaring Variables 2.6 Arithmetic Operators 2.7 Logical Operators 2.8 Conditional Statements 2.8.1 if and nested-if 2.8.2 switch 2.9 Looping 2.9.1 for 2.9.2 while 2.10 Adding Comments 2.11 Functions 2.11.1 Simple Function 2.11.2 A Function with Parameters 2.11.3 A Function with Returning Value and Input Parameters 2.12 Calling A Function from External R File 3. Collections 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Vector 3.3 Array 3.4 Matrix 3.5 List 3.6 Data Frame 4. Basic Mathematics and Statistics 4.1 Basic Mathematics Operations 4.2 Basic Statistics Operations 5. Read and Write Data 5.1 Datasets in R 5.2 Writing Data 5.3 Reading Data 6. Graphs 6.1 Plot 6.2 Histogram 6.3 Lines 6.4 Circle 6.5 Pie 6.6 Points 6.7 Scatter Plot 6.8 Further Lab 7. Probability Distributions 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 Normal Distribution 7.3 Binomial Distribution 7.4 Poisson Distribution 8. Working with R Packages 8.1 Installing New Package 8.2 Accessing A Package in R Scripts 8.3 Creating Your Own R Package 8.3.1 Installing Required Libraries 8.3.2 Creating A Project 8.3.3 Writing R Scripts 8.3.4 Installing Library 8.3.5 Applying Our Library Into R Script   How to Buy You can get this book on the following online store: Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/learning-r-in-120-minutes/ebook/product-21922581.html Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QAGQ28M Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=1rCdBQAAQBAJ  Kobo Books, http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/learning-r-in-120-minutes  iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312713116  NOOK store, http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/learning-r-in-120-minutes-agus-kurniawan/1120952861

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Books | Linux | R | Windows

TI ARM Cortex-M LaunchPad Programming by Example

by Agus Kurniawan 16. November 2014 20:49
Stellaris LM4F120 and Tiva C Series LaunchPad is great products based ARM Cortex-M for learning. I released a new book, TI ARM Cortex-M LaunchPad Programming by Example. This book helps you to get started with Stellaris LM4F120 and Tiva C Series LaunchPad and how to build programs using Energia and Code Composer Studio. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 TI LaunchPad for ARM Series 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 Stellaris and Tiva C LaunchPad GPIO 1.6 Connecting to Computer 1.6.1 Windows Platform 1.6.2 Ubuntu Linux Platform 2. Digital Input/Output 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Hello World - Blinking LED 2.2.1 Hardware Configuration 2.2.2 Writing Program 2.2.3 Configuring Board Target 2.2.4 Testing 2.3 Extended Blinking Program 2.4 Getting Input from Button 2.4.1 Hardware Configuration 2.4.2 Writing Program 2.4.3 Testing 2.5 Demo: Seven-Segment Display 2.5.1 Getting Started with 7 Segment Display 2.5.2 Deploying Hardware Wiring 2.5.3 Writing Program 2.5.4 Testing 3. Serial Communication - UART 3.1 Stellaris and Tiva C LaunchPad UART 3.2 Hello Stellaris and Tiva C UART 3.3 UART and Switch Button 4. Analog Input/Output 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Reading Analog Input 4.2.1 Hardware Configuration 4.2.2 Writing Application 4.2.3 Testing 4.3 Working with Analog Output 4.3.1 RGB LED 4.3.2 Hardware Configuration 4.3.3 Writing Application 4.3.4 Testing 5. I2C/TWI and SPI 5.1 Getting Started with I2C/TWI 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 5.4 Getting Started with SPI 5.5 Demo 3: Hello SPI 5.5.1 Hardware Configuration 5.5.2 Writing Program 5.5.3 Testing 6. Working with Servo Motor 6.1 Servo Motor 6.2 Hardware Implementation 6.3 Writing Program 6.4 Testing 7. Building Program Using Code Composer Studio 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 TivaWare for C Series Software 7.3 Demo : Blinking LED 7.3.1 Hardware Configuration 7.3.2 Creating A Project 7.3.3 Including TivaWare Library Into A Project 7.3.4 Writing Code 7.3.5 Running and Debugging 8. Code Composer Studio 6.x Workshop 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 Demo 1: GPIO 8.2.1 Hardware Configuration 8.2.2 Create A Project 8.2.3 Writing Program 8.2.4 Testing 8.3 Demo 2: Reading Analog 8.3.1 Hardware Configuration 8.3.2 Create A Project 8.3.3 Writing Program 8.3.4 Testing 8.3.5 Monitoring Values on Debugging 8.4 Demo 3: UART 8.4.1 Hardware Configuration 8.4.2 Create A Project 8.4.3 Writing Program 8.4.4 Testing 8.5 Demo 4: I2C 8.5.1 Hardware Configuration 8.5.2 Create A Project 8.5.3 Writing Program 8.5.4 Testing 8.6 Demo 5: SPI 8.6.1 Hardware Configuration 8.6.2 Create A Project 8.6.3 Writing Program 8.6.4 Testing   How to Buy You can get this book on the following store. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/ti-arm-cortex-m-launchpad-programming-by-example/ebook/product-21900846.html  Kobo Store, http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/ti-arm-cortex-m-launchpad-programming-by-example  Kindle Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PP4PP88  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=3QFqBQAAQBAJ iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312681200  

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Books | C/C++ | Embedded System | TI LaunchPad

Getting Started with pcDuino3

by Agus Kurniawan 2. November 2014 15:34
Today I publish my new book, Getting Started with pcDuino3. This book helps you to work with pcDuino3, for instance, deploying, configuring and developing.   Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 pcDuino3 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 pcDuino3 Unboxing 2. Basic Configuration 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Running pcDuino3 2.3 Configuring Network 2.4 SSH 2.5 Remote Desktop with VNC 2.6 SFTP 2.7 Connecting to WIFI 2.8 Browser and Internet 2.9 Updating Software Package 2.10 Reboot and Shutdown 3. pcDuino3 Programming Language 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 C/C++ 3.3 Python 3.4 Java 3.5 .NET Mono (C#) 3.6 Node.js 4. Deploying LAMP 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Installing Apache Server 4.3 Installing MySQL 4.4 Installing PHP and MySQL Driver for PHP 4.5 Testing PHP 4.6 Testing PHP and MySQL 5. Working with Arduino IDE Software 5.1 pcDuino3 and Arduino IDE Software 5.2 Hello pcDuino3 and Arduino 5.2.1 Hardware Configuration 5.2.2 Building Application 5.2.3 Testing 5.3 Demo: Seven-Segment Display 5.3.1 Getting Started with 7 Segment Display 5.3.2 Deploying Hardware Wiring 5.3.3 Building Application 5.3.4 Testing 5.4 Working with Serial Communication (UART) 5.5 Reading Analog Input 5.5.1 Hardware Configuration 5.5.2 Writing Application 5.5.3 Testing 5.6 Working with Analog Output 5.6.1 RGB LED 5.6.2 Hardware Configuration 5.6.3 Writing Application 5.6.4 Testing 6. pcDuino3 I/O Programming using Python 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 GPIO 6.3 Reading Analog Input 6.4 UART 6.5 SPI 6.5.1 Accessing SPI using Arduino Software 6.5.2 Accessing SPI using Python 6.6 I2C/TWI 7. pcDuino3 Serial Debugging 7.1 Preparation 7.2 Serial Debugging 7.3 Testing 8. Working with XBee IEEE 802.15.4 8.1 XBee IEEE 802.15.4 8.2 Getting Hardware 8.3 Connecting XBee IEEE 802.15.4 to pcDuino3 8.4 XBee with AT Command 8.5 Demo Chatting Program 8.5.1 Hardware Configuration 8.5.2 XBee Configuration 8.5.3 Writing Python Program for pcDuino3 8.5.4 Testing 8.6 XBee with API Mode 8.7 Further Reading 9. Reflashing Ubuntu NAND 9.1 Getting Started 9.2 Reflashing Ubuntu NAND   How to Buy You can get this book on the following book stores. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-pcduino3/ebook/product-21879308.html  Kobo Books, http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/getting-started-with-pcduino3  Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P4XT6EE  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=P10jBQAAQBAJ   iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312646940 

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Books | Embedded System | pcDuino

Getting Started with Intel IoT and Intel Galileo

by Agus Kurniawan 18. October 2014 19:47
The Intel Galileo board is the first in a family of Arduino-certified development and prototyping boards based on Intel architecture. Intel provides Intel IoT Developer Kit which you can build and deploy application on top of Intel Galileo board. Now I released my new book, Getting Started with Intel IoT and Intel Galileo. This book helps you getting started with Intel IoT and Intel Galileo. Table of Content 1. Preparing Development Environment 1.1 Intel Galileo 1.2 Getting Hardware 1.3 Development Tools 1.4 Electronics Devices 1.5 Getting Started 2. Working with Arduino IDE Software 2.1 Intel Galileo and Arduino IDE Software 2.2 Intel Galileo Board 2.3 Connecting Intel Galileo to Computer 2.3.1 Windows Platform 2.3.2 Linux Platform 2.4 Updating Intel Galileo Firmware 2.4 Hello Intel Galileo and Arduino 2.4.1 Hardware Configuration 2.4.2 Building Application 2.4.3 Testing 2.5 Demo: Seven-Segment Display 2.5.1 Getting Started with 7 Segment Display 2.5.2 Deploying Hardware Wiring 2.5.3 Building Application 2.5.4 Testing 2.6 Working with Serial Communication (UART) 2.7 Reading Analog Input 2.7.1 Hardware Configuration 2.7.2 Writing Application 2.7.4 Testing 2.7 Working with Analog Output 2.7.1 RGB LED 2.7.2 Hardware Configuration 2.7.3 Writing Application 2.7.4 Testing 3. Accessing Internal Linux OS 3.1 Getting Started 3.2 Accessing File 4. Connecting to Internet Network 4.1 Getting Started 4.2 Connecting via Wired Ethernet 4.3 Connecting via Wireless Module 4.4 Building Web Server 4.5 Telnet 5. Yocto Embedded Linux-based OS 5.1 Getting Started 5.2 Preparation 5.3 Running 5.4 SSH 5.5 Change Password 5.6 Change Date/Timezone 5.7 Web Server 5.7.1 Adding HTML File 5.8 SFTP 5.9 Development on Yocto Linux 5.9.1 Python 5.9.2 Node.js 5.9.3 C/C++ with GCC 5.10 Reboot and Shutdown 5.11 Updating Software 6. Intel Galileo I/O Programming from Yocto Linux 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 GPIO 6.3 Reading Analog Input 6.4 UART 6.5 SPI 6.6 I2C/TWI 7. Intel Galileo Development using C/C++ 7.1 Getting Started 7.2 GPIO 7.3 Reading Analog Input 7.4 SPI 7.5 I2C/TWI 8. Intel Galileo Development using Node.js 8.1 Getting Started 8.2 GPIO 8.3 Reading Analog Input 8.4 SPI 8.5 I2C/TWI 9. Working with XBee IEEE 802.15.4 9.1 XBee IEEE 802.15.4 9.2 Getting Hardware 9.3 Connecting XBee IEEE 802.15.4 to Intel Galileo 9.4 XBee with AT Command 9.5 Demo Chatting Program 9.5.1 Hardware Configuration 9.5.2 XBee Configuration 9.5.3 Writing Python Program for Intel Galileo 9.5.4 Testing 9.6 XBee with API Mode 9.7 Further Reading   How to Buy You can get this book on the following book stores. Lulu, http://www.lulu.com/shop/agus-kurniawan/getting-started-with-intel-iot-and-intel-galileo/ebook/product-21856915.html  Amazon Kindle, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ON174XS  Google Play Books, https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=c9TaBAAAQBAJ  Kobo Store, http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/getting-started-with-intel-iot-and-intel-galileo   iBookStore, http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781312609501

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