This will introduce you to the very basics of CoreLocation services and getting the location of the device currently being used. About CoreLocation The Core Location framework lets you determine the current location or heading associated with a device. The framework uses the available hardware to determine the user’s position and heading. You use the
Are you sick of flying in the are like some flappy bird? Doesn’t it just want to make you punch something? Wouldn’t you like to punch a happy little clown? Well this is the game for you. Your hero has had a bad day and every person he encounters on his jog is a clown.
White dots are everywhere! Tap them to remove them, race the clock, challenge your friends! Are you tired of white tiles and white squares?! Now there’s White Dots! Three fun games in one. Challenge your friends with the best time and the most dots removed. Addictive and fun. Freatures: – Fun jabs to help you
Custom fake magazine covers with your photo! You can select any of them and make unique, custom fake magazine cover with ease. Insert photos of you, friends, family, pets, and cars then share the results by email, Twitter, or FaceBook. Perfect for posting on any social networks and blog. Blend your favorite photo with a
Another project I did for a friend of mine was called “Rick Roll”. It’s basically a board that just plays a Rick Astley song. /* This sketch uses the buzzer to play songs. The Arduino’s tone() command will play notes of a given frequency. We’ll provide a function that takes in note characters (a-g), and
So my 5050 lights came in and they are a little bigger than I thought they would be. So now I had to remove the second RGB lights I had put in. I did find a small error with the power supply. It was hooked up backwards. Glad I triple checked that. I also double
FIRST STEP One of my first projects I wanted to try was a mood light. I’ve seen a number of these on the internet, so I thought I would try my hand at one. Ok, I know its not the most difficult project, but baby steps. The first thing I did was design my board.
The other day I was on Ebay looking for small microcontroller to put into my projects. I was looking for the cheapest, smallest (TQFP package), most bang for my buck microcontroller I could find. I came across this ATMega88P-20AU deal . Five for $11.45 or best offer. So I offered them $10 and two and a half
So lately, I have had an interest in building something physical instead of just coding. So I have been building electronic “things” using my Arduino. While doing these projects I found that programing small chips while using an Arduino involved a lot of wires and connections. Why did it need to be so messy? How