Character Arrays vs. Strings

Character arrays are less convenient than strings, but save resources. I show that character arrays are in no way inferior to strings in terms of functionality.

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Using FreeRTOS with ESP32 and Arduino

FreeRTOS is a real-time system, with which multitasking can also be realized on relatively small MCUs. This article is an introduction to the topic, whereby I will limit myself to the ESP32 and the AVR-based Arduinos.

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Arduino Nano Every – a deep dive

The Arduino Nano Every is much more than just an upgraded Arduino Nano. Its underlying ATmega4809 opens up a wide range of possibilities. The article provides an in-depth insight.

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LGT8F328P – LQFP32 Boards

The LGT8F328P is a microcontroller compatible with the ATmega328P, but cheaper and even more powerful. I show how to program LGT8F328P based boards in the Arduino environment.

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Using ChatGPT and Bing for Arduino

ChatGPT is THE topic par excellence at the moment. And one reads that ChatGPT can even program. That, and how else this AI can help us with Arduino projects, is what we’ll review in this post.

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ESP-NOW

With ESP-NOW you can easily send messages of up to 250 bytes between ESP32 and/or ESP8266 boards. A step-by-step introduction.

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