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Arduino is an open source platform that allows users to easily build and program electronic devices using a variety of hardware and software tools. It is popular among hobbyists, educators, and professionals for its versatility and ease of use. With a variety of available microcontrollers, sensors, actuators, and other components, Arduino enables users to create a wide range of projects, from simple circuits to complex systems. Whether you are just getting started with electronics or have experience building projects, Arduino has something to offer for everyone.

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🔣 Arduino Library for ESP32/ESP8266 - composition oriented internet of things framework that provides simple and extendable architecture, handles device setup (WiFi setup, MQTT and application specific configuration), network connectivity, MQTT telemetry protocol and more...

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2021-2024: RPi Pico and ST7789, ILI9486, ILI9488 LCD Touch Macro keypad, VS1053 music player, PCM5101 USB-Audio-DAC, and OLED SSD1306, with RPi-cmake-SDK, Arduino IDE (both mbed and C++ SDK-based), and Micropython. using Windows, Linux and RPi Os.

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Created by Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino

Released March 21, 2005


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