Probably the most important tool in the maker’s toolbox is the multimeter, which can be used to diagnose most of the circuit.
This tutorial section is full of useful articles, tutorials and guides.
It’s a common question asked by makers: which is the best multimeter?. Here we have multimeter reviews for all budgets.
Open source software and open source hardware are on the rise as more devs are contributing. But what exactly is an open source project?
Don’t get caught out by fake Arduino boards with this guide to spotting the official Arduino boards from the fake Arduino boards.
This is a comparison of the Arduino vs Raspberry Pi. Both boards are suitable for beginners, but are aimed at different niches.
This is the best online Arduino guide to get beginners up and running. It covers everything including what Arduino is, theory and tutorials.
This page details all the things you need for getting started with Arduino. It’s an overview of simple tools and electronics components.
This is a detailed walkthrough on getting started with Arduino – a step by step guide on installing the software on Windows and Mac OSX.
The Arduino software (IDE) is where you code and upload the software for your board. Here is a low-down of what the main features are and do.
This page explains the different types of Arduino boards there are, and how to choose the best one for you.