- How to install libraries
- Powering an Arduino
- Using an MPR121 capacitive touch sensor
- Using a Sparkfun MP3 Trigger
- Controlling an actuator with TinkerKit Mosfet
- Making sounds with a piezo
- Using a Sparkfun Sound Detector
- How to connect a push button or switch
- Using a HC-SR04 distance sensor
- Connecting a Potentiometer
- How to connect a Light Dependent Resistor (LDR)
- How to use a rotary encoder
- Using the serial monitor and serial logger
- Using an MFRC522 RFID reader
- Using Arduino Leonardo to send USB MIDI data
- How to send data to Processing from Arduino
- Making a Capacitive Touch Sensor
- Using a Soil Moisture Sensor
- Using a Force Sensor
- Using L293D IC for motors
- (MAC) Automatic printing with Automator
- How to use a Bare Conductive Touch Board with Arduino
- How to use a PIR sensor
- How to use a Neopixel strip
- How to connect Arduino with Touchdesigner
- Using a Vibration Motor
- Making Breathing Light with LEDs
- How to control Arduino without using delay()
- Using a TCS34725 RGB Color Sensor
- How to use DFPlayer mini to play MP3
- How to make Animation on NeoMatrix
- Building a Simple Robot Arm with Servo Motor and Joystick
How to install libraries
Arduino libraries are collections of code that are designed to provide additional, reusable functionality or to simplify using external electronic modules.
Libraries typically come with examples of how to use them. The library developer usually provides online documentation and explains how it possibly relates to what you are trying to achieve.
Installing a library
There are three different ways to install libraries; we'll show you each of them.
Arduino Library Manager
The simplest method of installing libraries is using the Library Manager built into the Arduino IDE.
You can access the Library Manager from the menu bar: Sketch - Include Library - Manage Libraries...
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