The Official BBC micro

it User Guide
 
 
John Wiley & Sons Inc (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 4. Oktober 2017
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  • 312 Seiten
 
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978-1-119-41376-9 (ISBN)
 
The go-to guide to getting started with the BBC micro:bit and exploring all of its amazing capabilities.
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized electronic development platform built with education in mind. It was developed by the BBC in partnership with major tech companies, communities, and educational organizations to provide kids with a fun, easy, inexpensive way to develop their digital skills. With it, kids (and grownups) can learn basic programming and coding while having fun making virtual pets, developing games, and a whole lot more.
Written by internationally bestselling tech author Gareth Halfacree and endorsed by the Micro:bit Foundation, The Official BBC micro:bit User Guide contains what you need to know to get up and running fast with the BBC micro:bit. Learn everything from taking your first steps with the BBC micro:bit to writing your own programs. You'll also learn how to expand its capabilities with add-ons through easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions.
* Set up your BBC micro:bit and develop your digital skills
* Write code in JavaScript Blocks, JavaScript, and Python
* Discover the BBC micro:bit's built-in sensors
* Connect the BBC micro:bit to a Raspberry Pi to extend its capabilities
* Build your own circuits and create hardware
The Official BBC micro:bit User Guide is your go-to source for learning all the secrets of the BBC micro:bit. Whether you're just beginning or have some experience, this book allows you to dive right in and experience everything the BBC micro:bit has to offer.
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978-1-119-41376-9 (9781119413769)
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GARETH HALFACREE is the author of the Raspberry Pi User Guide and an expert in educational and embedded computing. A noted technology journalist and long-time tech author, Gareth also has an extensive background in computing education.
  • "Title Page"
  • "Copyright Page"
  • "Contents"
  • "Foreword"
  • "Introduction"
  • "Part 1"
  • "Chapter 1 Meet the BBC micro:bit"
  • "A Tour of the Board"
  • "Breaking It Down"
  • "Display"
  • "Buttons"
  • "Processor"
  • "Radio"
  • "Accelerometer"
  • "Compass"
  • "Input-Output Pins"
  • "Micro-USB Port"
  • "Battery Connector"
  • "Chapter 2 Getting Started with the BBC micro:bit"
  • "Handling the BBC micro:bit"
  • "Powering the BBC micro:bit"
  • "USB Power"
  • "Battery Power"
  • "Greetings from the BBC micro:bit"
  • "Signs of Life"
  • "Testing the Buttons"
  • "Motion Gaming"
  • "Get Coding"
  • "Resetting the BBC micro:bit"
  • "Chapter 3 Programming the BBC micro:bit"
  • "USB Connectivity"
  • "Drag-and-Drop"
  • "Automatic Flashing"
  • "The Code Editor"
  • "Downloading Your Program"
  • "About Flash Memory"
  • "Part 2"
  • "Chapter 4 Programming Languages"
  • "About Programming Languages"
  • "The Three Main BBC micro:bit Languages"
  • "JavaScript Blocks"
  • "JavaScript"
  • "Python"
  • "Comparing Programming Languages"
  • "Choosing a Programming Language"
  • "Other Programming Languages"
  • "Chapter 5 JavaScript Blocks"
  • "Introducing the JavaScript Blocks Editor"
  • "Program 1: â??Hello, World!â??"
  • "Loops"
  • "Program 2: Button Inputs"
  • "Multiple Buttons"
  • "Program 3: Touch Inputs"
  • "Variables"
  • "Program 4: The Temperature Sensor"
  • "Formatting the Output"
  • "Program 5: The Compass Sensor"
  • "Program 6: The Accelerometer Sensor"
  • "Delays"
  • "Reading Raw Accelerometer Data"
  • "Program 7: The Fruit Catcher Game"
  • "The Setup"
  • "The Main Program Loop"
  • "Conditional Loops"
  • "Conditional Statements"
  • "The Control Events"
  • "Further Steps"
  • "Chapter 6 JavaScript"
  • "Introducing the JavaScript Editor"
  • "Program 1: â??Hello, World!â??"
  • "Loops"
  • "Program 2: Button Inputs"
  • "Multiple Buttons"
  • "Program 3: Touch Inputs"
  • "Variables"
  • "Program 4: The Temperature Sensor"
  • "Formatting the Output"
  • "Program 5: The Compass Sensor"
  • "Program 6: The Accelerometer Sensor"
  • "Delays"
  • "Reading Raw Accelerometer Data"
  • "Program 7: The Fruit Catcher Game"
  • "The Setup"
  • "The Main Program Loop"
  • "The Conditional Loops"
  • "The Conditional Statements"
  • "The Control Events"
  • "Further Steps"
  • "Chapter 7 Python"
  • "Introducing the Python Editor"
  • "Program 1: â??Hello, World!â??"
  • "Loops"
  • "Program 2: Button Inputs"
  • "Multiple Buttons"
  • "Program 3: Touch Inputs"
  • "Variables"
  • "Program 4: The Temperature Sensor"
  • "Formatting the Output"
  • "Program 5: The Compass Sensor"
  • "Program 6: The Accelerometer Sensor"
  • "Delays"
  • "Reading Raw Accelerometer Data"
  • "Program 7: The Fruit Catcher Game"
  • "The Setup"
  • "The Main Program Loop"
  • "Conditional Loops"
  • "Conditional Statements"
  • "Drawing the Sprites"
  • "Finishing the Program"
  • "Further Steps"
  • "Part 3"
  • "Chapter 8 The Wireless BBC micro:bit"
  • "The BBC micro:bit Radio"
  • "Program 1: One-to-One Communication"
  • "Program 2: One-to-Many Communication"
  • "Program 3: Radio Groups"
  • "Testing the Group Feature"
  • "Using the BBC micro:bit with a Smartphone or Tablet"
  • "Chapter 9 The BBC micro:bit and the Raspberry Pi"
  • "About the Raspberry Pi"
  • "Connecting the Raspberry Pi to the BBC micro:bit"
  • "Reading from the BBC micro:bit"
  • "Using the BBC micro:bit Display"
  • "Practical Example: A CPU Monitor"
  • "Chapter 10 Building Circuits"
  • "Electronic Equipment"
  • "The Input-Output Pins"
  • "The Large Pins"
  • "The Small Pins"
  • "Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)"
  • "Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C)"
  • "Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART)"
  • "Your First Circuits"
  • "Reading from a Button Input"
  • "Reading Resistor Colour Codes"
  • "Writing to an LED Output"
  • "Fading an LED via PWM"
  • "Reading an Analogue Input"
  • "Chapter 11 Extending the BBC micro:bit"
  • "Extending via Breakout Boards"
  • "Kitronik Edge Connector Breakout Board"
  • "ScienceScope Micro:bit Breakout Board"
  • "Proto-Pic Bread:Bit"
  • "Proto-Pic Exhi:Bit"
  • "Robotics and the BBC micro:bit"
  • "Kitronik Line-Following Buggy"
  • "Kitronik Motor Driver Board"
  • "Technology Will Save Us Micro:Bot"
  • "4tronix Bit:Bot"
  • "BinaryBots"
  • "Other BBC micro:bit Add-Ons"
  • "Kitronik Mi:Power"
  • "Proto-Pic Micro:Pixel Board"
  • "Proto-Pic Simon:Says Board"
  • "4tronix Bit:2:Pi Board"
  • "Kitronik Mi:Pro Protector and Mi:Power Cases"
  • "Chapter 12 The Wearable BBC micro:bit"
  • "Advantages of the Wearable BBC micro:bit"
  • "Conductive Thread"
  • "Using Conductive Thread"
  • "The Rain-Sensing Hat"
  • "Building the Hat"
  • "Mounting the BBC micro:bit"
  • "The Rain-Sensing Program"
  • "Battery Power"
  • "Chapter 13 Additional Resources"
  • "The Micro:bit Educational Foundation"
  • "Official Teaching Resources"
  • "Third-Party Teaching Resources"
  • "The Institution of Engineering and Technology"
  • "Computing At School"
  • "Micro:bit for Primary Schools"
  • "TES Magazine"
  • "Code Clubs"
  • "Part 4"
  • "Appendix A JavaScript Blocks Recipes"
  • "Appendix B JavaScript Recipes"
  • "Appendix C Python Recipes"
  • "Appendix D Pin-Out Listing"
  • "Index"

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