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Arduino Experimentors Guide adapted for nodebots

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node-ardx

Arduino Experimentors Guide adapted for nodebots

Exercise contents (i.e. descriptions, circuit layout diagrams, 3d assembly diagrams) are adapted under a CC-BY-SA license from http://ardx.org/src/ from materials created by .:oomlout:. and SparkFun.

Code examples are issued under an MIT license.

Install this guide with the following commands:

git clone https://github.com/AnnaGerber/node-ardx.git && cd node-ardx
npm install

Run the node-ardx web application from the node-ardx directory:

node app.js

Visit http://localhost:3000 in your web browser to view the guide.

A hosted version is available at http://node-ardx.org/

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