MSP430 LaunchPad Programming

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MSP430 LaunchPad Value Line Development kit is a cheap development board which we can program a microcontroller MSP430 easily. This book provides tutorials how to get started with MSP430 LaunchPad programming using Energia. It explains how MSP430 LaunchPad works with LEDs, sensor device and serial communication. 


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1. Preparing Development Environment 

1.1 MSP430 LaunchPad 

1.2 Electronic Components 

1.2.1 Fritzing 

1.2.2 Arduino Sidekick Basic kit 

1.2.3 Educational BoosterPack 

1.4 Development Tool 

1.5 Testing 

2. Hello World 

2.1 MSP430 LaunchPad Hardware Driver 

2.1.1 Windows 8 and 8.1 

2.1.2 Linux 

2.2 Simple Testing 

2.3 Energia Basic Programming Language 

3. LED Controller 

3.1 Basic LED Programming 

3.2 Digital Output 

4. Push Your Button 

4.1 Getting Data from Button 

4.2 Connecting An External Button to MSP430 LaunchPad 

5. Serial Communication 

5.1 Serial Monitor 

5.2 Button and Serial Port 

5.2 Reading Data from Serial Port 

6. Reading Sensor Devices 

6.1 Sensor Devices 

6.2 Reading Sensor 

7. Analog PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) 

7.1 Analog PWM 

7.2 Controlling Color on RGB LED 

7.3 Writing Program 

7.4 Executing Program

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**TOC**

1. Preparing Development Environment

1.1 AngularJS

1.2 Development Tools

1.3 Hello World

2. Angular Modules and Controllers

2.1 Angular Modules

2.2 Controllers

2.3 Working with Multi Controllers

2.4 Calling AngularJS Controller Data and Function from JavaScript

3. Input Validation

3.1 Angular Input

3.2 Input Validation

3.3 Disabled Button

3.4 Demo

4. Data Binding and Templates

4.1 Basic Data Binding

4.1.1 Handling Input Element

4.1.2 Select Element

4.1.3 Radio Button Element

4.14 Date Input

4.1.5 Range

4.1.6 CheckBox

4.1.7 Submit Button

4.1.8 Output Result

4.1.9 Running Application

4.2 Repeating Data

4.3 Nested Repeating Data

4.4 Filtering

5. AngularJS Services

5.1 Internal AngularJS Services

5.2 Custom AngularJS Services

6. Interacting with Server

6.1 $http Service

6.2 $http get Service

6.3 $http post Service

7. AngularJS, PHP and MySQL

7.1 AngularJS on PHP

7.2 Building Database

7.3 Building Back-End

7.3.1 Handling CRUD

7.3.2 Handling JSON

7.4 Building Front-End

7.4.1 Service and Controller

7.4.2 HTML

7.5 Testing

8. AngularJS, ASP.NET MVC and SQL Server

8.1 AngularJS on ASP.NET MVC

8.2 Building Database

8.3 Building Back-End

8.3.1 Data Model and Database Access

8.3.2 ASP.NET MVC Controller

8.4 Building Front-End

8.4.1 AngularJS Service and Controller

8.4.2 ASP.NET MVC Layout

8.4.3 ASP.NET MVC View with AngularJS

8.5 Testing

9. AngularJS, Node.js, Express and MongoDB

9.1 AngularJS on Node.js and Express

9.2 Building Database

9.3 Initializing Project

9.4 Building Back-End

9.4.1 Database Access

9.4.2 Node.js and Express

9.5 Building Front-End

9.5.1 AngularJS Service and Controller

9.5.2 HTML

9.6 Deployment

9.7 Testing

10. AngularJS, Node.js and Socket.io

10.1 Socket.io and Node.js

10.2 Initializing Project

10.3 Building Back-End

10.3.1 Generating Stock Data

10.3.2 Node.js and Socket.io

10.4 Building Front-End

10.4.1 AngularJS Controller

10.4.2 Building HTML

10.5 Deployment

10.6 Testing


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**TOC**

1. Introduction to TypeScript

1.1 Installation

1.2 Development Tools

1.3 Hello World

1.4 Hello TypeScript with Visual Studio

2. TypeScript Programming Language

2.1 Common Rule

2.2 Declaring Variable

2.3 Assigning Variables

2.4 Comment

2.5 Arithmetic Operations

2.6 Mathematical Functions

2.7 Comparison Operators

2.8 Logical Operators

2.9 Increment and Decrement

2.10 Decision

2.10.1 if..then

2.10.2 switch..case

2.11 Iterations

2.11.1 For

2.11.2 While

3. TypeScript Collections and JSON

3.1 Array

3.1.1 Create Array Object

3.1.2 Insert Data

3.1.3 Access Data

3.1.4 Update Data

3.1.5 Remove Data

3.2 Array of Array

3.3 TypeScript JSON

3.3.1 Create JSON Object

3.3.2 Display Data

3.3.3 Access Data

3.3.4 Edit Data

3.4 JSON Array

3.4.1 Create JSON Array

3.4.2 Display Data

3.4.3 Access Data

3.4.4 Edit Data

3.5 Check JSON Attribute

4. Functions

4.1 Creating Function

4.2 Function with Returning Value

4.3 Function with Parameters and Returning Value

4.4 Optional Parameters

4.5 Arrow Function Expression

4.6 Anonymous Function

4.7 Overloading Function

4.8 Callback Function

5. Classes, Interfaces, and Enums

5.1 Classes

5.1.1 Constructor

5.1.2 Properties/Fields

5.1.3 Methods

5.1.4 Inheritance

5.2 Interfaces

5.2.1 Implementation Interface on Class

5.2.2 Interface as Object

5.2.3 Interface as Indexable Object

5.3 Enums

6. String Operations

6.1 Concatenating Strings

6.2 String To Numeric

6.3 Numeric to String

6.4 String Parser

6.5 Check String Data Length

6.6 Copy Data

6.7 Upper and Lower Case Characters

6.8 Getting String Index

6.9 Exploring Characters

7. Error Handling

8. TypeScript and HTML Interaction

8.1 Hello HTML TypeScript

8.2 Working with HTML Input

8.3 TypeScript and jQuery

9. TypeScript and Node.js Interaction

9.1 Getting Started TypeScript and Node.js

9.2 Building Simple HTTP Server

9.3 Working with External Node.js Module - MongoDB

10. Modules

10.1 Internal Modules

10.2 Extended Internal Module

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