Since its launch in 2011, the Raspberry Pi has found a role both as a very low-cost Linuxbased computer and as a platform for embedded computing. It has proven popular with educators and hobbyists alike, with over 2 million units sold since its release.
In this book, you will find a wide range of recipes using the Raspberry Pi, including recipes for getting started and setting up your Pi; recipes for using the Python programming language; and a large number of recipes about using the Raspberry Pi with sensors, displays, motors, and so on. The book also includes a chapter on using the Raspberry Pi with Arduino boards.
This book is designed in such a way that you can read it linearly, as you would a regular book, or access recipes at random. You can search the table of contents or index for the recipe that you want and then jump right to it. If the recipe requires you to know about other things, then it will refer you to other recipes, rather like a cookbook might refer you to base sauces before showing you how to cook something fancier.
Table of Contents
1. Setup and Management
3. Operating System
5. Python Basics
6. Python Lists and Dictionaries
7. Advanced Python
8. GPIO Basics
9. Controlling Hardware
11. Digital Inputs
14. Arduino and Raspberry Pi
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