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Missing parts is the worst thing in this entire hobby. What are you supposed to do? You can't just test it without it - you won't be able to tell if its working or not. You can't just drive to a local hardware store chances are they don't have what you need. So you need to go online to some site that looks like it was designed in 1997 and then find the part you need and wait a week or two for it to arrive. All while sitting and looking at your unfinished, untested, wife hating 'super mega overkill home protection system'. :(
To solve this I have the ideal solution to this problem, get this exclusive Arduino Simulator course for $50 USD but is now available with a 50% discount and get access to 20+ simulation projects with videos in that explain everything step by step. The simulator will simulate your missing IO or whole project right on your PC. The course contains all the information you need to be able to start yourself afterwards in simulating your Arduino projects.
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So picture this...
You're in the middle of a late-night HERO/Arduino build and you get to the end of your now super awesome home protection system armed with lasers, motion sensors, and noisy alarm systems. At this point, you are about to put the finishing touches on the 'super mega overkill home protection system' as you call it - and you can't find your big bag of LED's for the light show feature.
This sucks... This is the worst feeling when you know you're about to complete a really cool project and you want to start testing it - you're just so close... but you can't because of your missing parts.
I'm Louis D'Hont, I am 20 years old and I live in Belgium. I am a programmer, an electronics hobbyist and junior developer. In the past few years, I have worked on projects like a function generator, self-driving robot, Arduino simulator software,…
Making it possible for others to do their work in a better way through my programs gives a great feeling, that is why I want to keep going in the direction of programming (IT sector).
Around 6 years ago, we had the idea of building a clean and easy-to-use program in Java called the Arduino IO Simulator. In the beginning, we didn't know anything about Java. When I created the basics of the communication between Java and Arduino, we worked really hard to create a decent simulator.
Now after 6 years of work we are still updating the Arduino IO Simulator to make sure everyone can simulate their projects even better. Between the 2 simulators, we worked for one year on a screenshot/editor program that we combined with the new Arduino IO Simulator Drag & Draw.
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