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In this blog you’ll find tutorials for Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP32 and other devices. We’ve put together articles to help you learn about electronics, computing and programming (Python, C++, JavaScript). You’ll also find news about products and technologies, and examples of projects you can carry out.

Tutorials

In the tutorials section, you’ll find articles on using Arduino components, Linux systems such as the Raspberry Pi and other microcontrollers such as ESP32. You’ll also find programming tutorials in C/C++, Python, JavaScript and other languages, as well as software development and web, Android and PC graphical interfaces. You’ll also see tutorials on wired and wireless communication between different systems.

Bluetooth communication with ESP32

Bluetooth communication with ESP32

In this tutorial, we'll learn how to activate, manage and test Bluetooth on an ESP32 using the Arduino programming language. Bluetooth is a wireless technology widely used for communication between electronic devices. It enables you to quickly transform your system...

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Training a TensorFlow2 model with Keras

Training a TensorFlow2 model with Keras

In this tutorial, we'll train a MobileNetV2 TensorFlow model with Keras so that it can be applied to our problem. We'll then be able to use it in real time to classify new images. For this tutorial, we assume that you have followed the previous tutorials: using a...

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Prepare an image bank for Model training

Prepare an image bank for Model training

To prepare an image database for training a neural network in object recognition, you need to recognize the images in the database yourself. This means giving them a label and a recognition zone. This tutorial follows on from the article Creating an image bank....

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Last articles

Our News section will provide you with informative articles on different technologies and an overview of certain systems.

The different communication protocols

The different communication protocols

Whatever your electronics, programming or home automation project, you will certainly be using a communication protocol. Whether to program the microcontroller or to communicate with a sensor. This article presents various communication protocols commonly used on...

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Raspberry Pi Zero microcontroller overview

Raspberry Pi Zero microcontroller overview

The Raspberry Pi Zero microcomputer is very compact, with an integrated Bluetooth and WiFi module. Very easy to use, it is smaller but less powerful than the Raspberry Pi3. Microcontroller features The Raspberry Pi Zero microcontroller uses the ARM11 single-core...

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Essential maker tools

Essential maker tools

Whether you're doing electronics, mechanics or any other kind of tinkering, you need a number of essential tools. Whether for safety, speed or precision. Notebook and pencil Yes, yes, I swear! We couldn't think of a better way to lay down ideas, record measurements,...

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Projects

Explore our Projects section to discover inspiring projects and creative ideas in the field of electronics and computing. Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your next project or want to share your own creations, this section is for you.

Developing a UDP monitor with Python

Developing a UDP monitor with Python

In this project, we're going to create a UDP network communication monitor using Python (PyQt). When developing a project with Arduino, Raspberry Pi or any other microcontroller, yor'll certainly need to create a graphical interface for system management (debugging,...

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Creating a lamp with a touch-sensitive switch

Creating a lamp with a touch-sensitive switch

One application of capacitive sensors is the creation of a tactile switch to turn on a lamp, for example. In this project, we're going to design a capacitive sensor with Arduino that we'll use as a tactile switch to turn a lamp on and off. Hardware Arduino Nano 10M...

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Reproduce the operation of a traffic light

Reproduce the operation of a traffic light

For this project, we're going to build a traffic light and reproduce its operation. We'll take a step-by-step look at how to test each component and develop the final program. This is a simple project to get you off to a good start learning electronics and programming...

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