MicroPython for the Internet of Things (Paperback)

Sir Charles Bell

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Quickly learn to program for microcontrollers and IoT devices without a lot of study and expense. MicroPython and controllers that support it eliminate the need for programming in a C-like language, making the creation of IoT applications and devices easier and more accessible than ever. MicroPython for the Internet of Things is ideal for readers new to electronics and the world of IoT. Specific examples are provided covering a range of supported devices, sensors, and MicroPython boards such as Pycom's WiPy modules and MicroPython's pyboard. Never has programming for microcontrollers been easier.The book takes a practical and hands-on approach without a lot of detours into the depths of theory. The book:Shows a faster and easier way to program microcontrollers and IoT devicesTeaches MicroPython, a variant of one of the most widely used scripting languagesIs friendly and accessible to those new to electronics, with fun example projectsWhat You'll LearnProgram in MicroPythonUnderstand sensors and basic electronicsDevelop your own IoT projectsBuild applications for popular boards such as WiPy and pyboardLoad MicroPython on the ESP8266 and similar boardsInterface with hardware breakout boardsConnect hardware to software through MicroPythonExplore the easy-to-use Adafruit IO connecting your microcontroller to the cloudWho This Book Is ForAnyone interested in building IoT solutions without the heavy burden of programming in C++ or C. The book also appeals to those wanting an easier way to work with hardware than is provided by the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi platforms.


Product Details

  • Product code: BLQXK
  • ISBN: 9781484231227
  • Publisher: APress
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 23.5cm x 15.5cm
  • Pages: 445
  • Publish date: Sun Dec 24 00:00:00 GMT 2017
  • Book points: 19

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