Learn how to create Arduino programs using object-oriented programming techniques
This programming course is an introduction to Arduino Object-Oriented Programming. If you have already programmed Arduino using C++, and are ready to start writing Arduino OOP code, this is the place.
I'll demonstrate step-by-step how to correctly rewrite some common Arduino codes using the object-oriented approach.
At the end of this course, you will receive the entire code so you can then try it out on your own Arduino board.
Course Content Includes the following:
What is Object-Oriented Programming
Why you should use Classes and OOP with Arduino Coding
How to Write a Class from scratch
Practical Example using Classes to Control Inputs and Outputs
Hardware and Software Requirments
Create your first class
Objects and their relationship to classes
Complete Arduino Object Oriented code
Reorganize your Arduino OOP code
Arduino Object-Oriented: it’s already everywhere
Arduino multi-tasking with FreeRTOS
Arduino Multithreading: Do More with Less!
Improve your Arduino programming skills
Arduino Power Consumption
Arduino Interrupt: Step by Step Guide with Practical Example
The Arduino programming language is essentially a subset of C/C++. You can construct classes, use inheritance, composition, and a variety of other OOP features.
Why you should take this course?
You will learn how to create classes, use inheritance and polymorphism, and write reusable code.
The course is taught by an experienced Arduino instructor who has been teaching Arduino for many years.
Create more complex programs with ease, using methods that you understand
Get helpful tips and advice from experienced Arduino programmers
Do you want to learn more about OOP for Arduino?
Take a look at this comprehensive Arduino OOP course. Sign Up now!