These intermediate Arduino projects are for people who have a bit more of a solid foundation of coding for the Arduino and other languages. However, if you’re a beginner and willing to learn then you shouldn’t have too much of a problem getting your head around some of the concepts.
These projects will look at combining several languages and/or devices to form more complicated systems. The webserver is a perfect example of a multi-language project since you will need to use JS, CSS and HTML.
If these sound a little too daunting, then be sure to check out the ever-growing range of beginner projects.
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Basic Arduino Web Server
The Arduino isn’t just about circuitry, you can still setup some pretty cool software on it. This tutorial takes you through all the steps to setting up a web server on the Arduino.
There are a few things you’re able to run on this web server but don’t expect anything too amazing. It’s great as a visual front end for displaying data, especially handy if you want a stream of debug data.
That’s all the projects I have published for now but I have more on the way. There are so many amazing things you can create with an Arduino device. If there is something you will like to see then be sure to let me know.
I hope that you enjoy these intermediate Arduino projects! I am constantly working on more so if you would like to see more then be sure to check back in the near future.