The date of this blog post’s publication coincides with Denk Development’s fourth birthday (or rather founding day). Back in early 2016 I started to receive requests from people on the internet, who had seen my YouTube videos in which I […]
When starting a new Arduino project, one typically starts with a blank .ino file. Over the past years I have identified software patterns that appear across almost all of my Arduino projects. To better support those, I have created an […]
The ShiftRegister74HC595 Arduino Library simplifies shift registers usage. It allows you to set single pins of your shift register either high or low, just like normal Arduino pins. It thereby removes the overhead of shifting out bytes that were created […]
The ShiftRegister PWM Library enables usage of shift register pins as pulse-width modulated (PWM) pins. Instead of setting them to either high or low, the library lets the user set them to up to 256 PWM-levels. This post serves as […]
The widely used Arduino IDE offers many easy-to-use functions, one of them is void digitalWrite(uint8_t pin, uint8_t val) . It sets one of the microcontroller’s pins to either high or low and serves well in many cases. However, it has a really poor performance, […]
This post is a tutorial on how to get started on programming your Arduino in Assembly or C/C++. In order to follow you need a Windows machine and a microcontroller programmer like the Atmel-ICE.
This post provides a quick reference for the 433 MHz wireless module, which is widely used in combination with the Arduino. The VirtualWire library is one possible way of utilizing the module.
This blog post explains the technical details of my Ambient Light project. If you don’t know what this project is about, watch the following video first: