Well that question is like asking what’s better, a hammer, or a saw? It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. If you are trying to read analog and digital inputs, make a decision, and control a device,
by Mike Maynard So here is my situation. I had the brilliant idea to set up virtual machines for my boys to use, and let them access them via an HP Thin Client, and Windows Remote Desktop. Great idea right?
Use Bar Coded ID Badges in your time card or security application? Want to teach your Arduino to read Bar Codes? Get a PS/2 style card reader, and connect it to The Arduino PS/2 Keyboard Smart Interface, and you have
Everyone pretty much agrees that although the Arduino IDE is simple to use, for professional programming it’s just not up to par with mainstream code editors. I’ve used Notepad++ for several years as my editing environment of choice, for html,
Computers are built with Logic Gates. A logic gate looks at a input that is either on or off, and makes a decision, producing a output that is either on or off. Different types of logic gates have different outputs.