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What is a website or program that would make it easier to program the Arduino? Answered

Im to lazy to learn programming languages and i was wondering if anybody knew and websites that used pictures and digrams to program the arduino?

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frollard
frollard

9 years ago

www.arduino.cc

It's THE website for arduino, with the reference and playground sections.

Someone is working on a drag/drop code chunk interface but I'm not sure its ready for primetime.

You need to work on the 'too lazy to learn' before you take on any new project.

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astroboy907
astroboy907

Answer 9 years ago

actually, C (or rather, a version of C) is the code used to compile arduino programs. This is one of the largest, but easier languages to learn. If you want hard, go to assembly :) The school here still uses it (don't worry, I'm trying to infiltrate them with arduinos!)

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astroboy907
astroboy907

Answer 9 years ago

sorry, above comment is for author. I think you probably know all this already, Mr. frollard

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frollard
frollard

Answer 9 years ago

I thought it was a strange "actually" comment to what I said, as it didn't seem to disagree ;)

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lemonie
lemonie

9 years ago

Fisher-Price may be working on that, but until then being lazy leaves you just where you are now.

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bwrussell
bwrussell

9 years ago

If you don't have the motivation to understand how your Arduino program works it will make everything harder. Just spend some time on www.arduino.cc like others have mentioned. Replicate some of the example programs and then start modifying them to do something a little different. It won't take to long and you'll be able to write your own programs. If you can't be bothered to do that then mpilch is right, Arduino is not for you, make the switch to something like Mindstorms.

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mpilchfamily
mpilchfamily

9 years ago

If Arduino isn't simple enough for you then maybe you should start with Lego Mindstorms. There micro controller uses the kind of drag and drop interface your looking for. Problem with that kind of programming interface is it is very limited. Not to mention the programming is very inefficient.

If your to lazy to learn then why even bother trying at all?