Update: Be I originally gave this 2 stars because the font was too small on the S5. The dev sent me a message that said it was fixed so I downloaded it and it works well now. The only problem I have seen so far is that some links will end up bringing up the Arduino website. For example if I look up shiftOut() it has a link to the SPI library documentation. When I click it I expect the SPI documentation in the app to pop up but instead it takes me to the Arduino website. That is the only instance so far after playing with it for 10 minutes that I have seen. Not end of world sort of problem and it does take me to the correct webpage.
Excellent but lacks some. I know it is difficult to write some sort of Arduino Bible. But do not forget important things like Timers, how to attach a timer, for example (the section attachinterrup is a bit away). I mean not using APIs, but direct register addresses.
Not very useful If you have programmed Arduino earlier, this guide won't help you so much. Quite basic.
Is a very good reference source. There are many Arduino apps out there that try to be helpful to newcomers to the Arduino, even Arduino.cc, and whilst this take information that is on that site, it words it such that this one is easily one of the better ones to understand. It lists useful information, keywords with brief descriptions & code, it isn't in depth, but suffices more than enough to gain good a good working knowledge in offline mode. Thank you :-)
Updated! Font size update makes it a lot easier to read. Now if you can just make the title bar and the bottom menu bar either shrink or disappear in landscape mode that would make it really good.
Great Even though it has a copy and paste feel from the online arduino reference, it's very well organized and makes looking stuff up a breeze. Fantastic for a free app!
Version 1.3.1 changes:
- Scaling updated to work better on high-resolution devices
- Tap on title to scroll to top
- SSL security fix
If you experience a bug, please leave a message via the app or the listed here. I'm curious to know if the scaling works well across devices. If it looks terrible on your device, please send a screenshot to the email below.
Set of tutorials for developers who want to use Arduino to create cool projects.