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Based on Blockly and BlocklyDuino, here's a multilingual enhanced version with supervision, upload, multi-level blocks, etc.
Project tutorial by LibrEduc
In this project, I have shown how to interface a GPS module with Arduino UNO. The data for longitude and latitude is displayed on the LCD.
Project tutorial by Ruchir Sharma
Make a Linux distribution that is focused on the development of Arduino and IoT. It's a Distro for Arduino.
Project showcase by CESARMASSARI
Integrate Blockly@rduino in IDE like a tool, compile and upload through Arduino IDE, totally graphic way.
by Team LibrEduc
Improved serial debugging, with debug levels and simple software debugger, to see/change global variables, add watch, or call a function.
Project tutorial by JoaoLopesF
Easily connect Arduino boards at a great distance over RS485 with Visuino.
by Boian Mitov
This is the "Sensometer", a great example of IoT! Get all sensors working at once!
Project in progress by Neoxelox
How to create your own Arduino training platform for beginners to start learning Arduino programming.
Project tutorial by MEGA DAS
Develop a strong magnetic stirrer for the price of an entry level magnetic stirrer.
Project showcase by jdale18
Embedis is a library for creating simple embedded key-value servers using non-volatile storage like NVSRAM, FRAM, FLASH, or EEPROM.
by Team thingSoC
The Arduino world offers a ton of H/W options and excellent S/W. Making a real industrial project out of it... not so easy.
Project in progress by Ed Caceres
Drag-and-drop graphical programming portable software for Windows + uploading + supervision.
This project uses Simulink and Stateflow to create an Arduino-based oscillating fan.
Project tutorial by
The Mega-Bread project is alive and well!
Project in progress by Pigeon-Kicker
μcuREST is a C++11 library for implementing REST services on constrained platforms, such as bare metal applications on low-end MCUs.
by Eugene Hutorny
Multitasking solution for Arduino.
Project showcase by Du Phạm
The PTHAT has been designed primarily to fit and work with the Raspberry Pi, it can also be used with other MCUs such as the Arduino boards.
by Team CNC Design
Makes your Arduino project into a neat, DIN-rail compatible device.
Project showcase by Ed Caceres
How to interface a 220V load with the Arduino in safety mode.
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