Getting Started With BBC micro:bit

PE Press
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This book helps you to get started with BBC micro:bit board development using JavaScript Blocks Editor (PXT). The following is the highlight topics in this book:

* Preparation

* Set up BBC micro:bit

* Basic Visual Programming for BBC micro:bit

* BBC micro:bit GPIO

* BBC micro:bit Programming via Mobile Application

* Serial Programming and Reading Analog Input

* Working with SPI

* Working with I2C

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PE Press
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Published on
May 19, 2017
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Pages
82
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English
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Computers / Programming Languages / JavaScript
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