How to Use Push Switch With SkiiiD

Introduction: How to Use Push Switch With SkiiiD

This project is an instruction of "how to use Segment 3642BH with Arduino via skiiiD

Before start, below is a basic tutorial for how to use skiiiD https://www.instructables.com/id/Getting-Started-With-SkiiiD-Editor/

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Step 1: Launch SkiiiD

Launch skiiiD and select New button

Step 2: Select Arduino UNO

Select ① Arduino Uno and then click ② OK button

*This is Tutorial, and we use Arduino UNO. Other boards(Mega, Nano) have the same process.

Step 3: Add Component

Click '+' (Add Component Button) to search and select the component.

Step 4: Search or Find a Component

① Type 'Pushswitch' on the search bar or find the Buzzer module on the list.

Step 5: Select Push Switch

② Select Pushswitch Module

Step 6: Pin Indication and Configuration

then you can see ③ pin indication. (You can configure it.)

*This module has 4 pins to connect skiiiD Editor automatically indicate pin setting *configuration available

[Default Pin Indication for Button Module] in case of Arduino UNO

signal: 0

VCC: 5V

GND: GND

After configuring pins ④ click ADD button on the right below side

Step 7: Check Added Module

⑤ Added Module has appeared on the right panel

Step 8: SkiiiD Code of Push Switch Module

skiiiD Code is intuitive function-based codes. This is based on skiiiD libraries

if(digitalRead(0) == HIGH)

- when switch is pushed.

else

- when switch is not pushed.

Step 9: Contact and Feedback

We are working on components and boards libraries. Feel free to use it and feedback us, please. Below is contact methods

email: contact@skiiid.io

twitter: https://twitter.com/skiiiD_official

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfS2RQL3m3hVoHkFo...

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