Arduino OOP (Object Oriented Programming)
You want to write Arduino code that you can easily read, modify, and share with other Arduino developers?
Or you already know OOP (Object Oriented Programming) and you want to know how to apply it to Arduino?
At the end of this course you will be able to:
Write clean Arduino code with OOP for any hardware component or functionality.
Rewrite your own projects using OOP.
Create a clean and super easy-to-use OOP Arduino library.
The course works for any Arduino board.
→ Why this course?
From what I’ve seen, OOP is not frequently used with Arduino (on libraries, yes, but from most users, no).
I noticed this when I got started using the Arduino and created a few projects. My initial background was in software engineering, not electronics engineering, so I had a good foundation with OOP, applied to desktop software or web development.
When coming to the Arduino, my thought was: why not use OOP on the Arduino (since it’s possible!). I know not many people do it, but it’s going to make my programs much more scalable and easy to read.
And it worked great. Now, when I write Arduino programs, I almost always use OOP.
Seeing that there is a lack of structured resources on the Internet to learn how to write OOP code for Arduino, I decided to create this course.
I have packaged several years of my experience into this course, so you can learn the most important stuff, directly starting with the best practices, and all that in just a few hours.
→ How do I teach in this course?
Well, this Arduino OOP course is 100% project focused and 100% practical. Throughout the different sections, we are going to write a complete Arduino project, step by step.
Everything is hands-on (no copy and paste!), so you can directly practice with me on each video. For some of the sections I have also included some challenges for you, so you can practice on your own and develop parts of the project by yourself, using the previous knowledge you got.
No distracting fluff, just a step by step process, directly going to the point, and making you practice on the key points so you can then apply the knowledge to your own projects.
→ What will you learn/do?
Here’s a very quick overview of the course:
Create a first class (for an LED component)
Organize the class, separate the interface from the implementation
Your turn: write OOP code for a push button
Create a class to make an LED blink (how to use a class inside another class)
Your turn: create the final TrafficLight class with the high level logic, while using all the previous classes you’ve created
Note: this course is not an in-depth OOP course for C++, where I explain all the different possibilities and features of OOP. No, this is a practical course on how to apply OOP to Arduino code. Be reassured though, you don’t need to know OOP before taking the course, the first few lessons will help you grasp the main concepts through practice.
The course is entirely focused on programming, although we’ll use a hardware circuit with a few basic components. I’ll explain to you exactly what components you need (in a free preview lecture at the beginning), and then how to create the circuit in 10 minutes. And after this, back to the code!
On top of that, I will also teach you the process I use to write OOP code, and the best practices you can implement right now.
Now, don’t wait any longer and start this Arduino OOP journey with this course! After taking this course, you won’t believe how you could have waited so long to discover OOP with Arduino. Your programs will look much cleaner, modular, and easy to read.
Oh, and you also get a 30 days money-back guarantee if you’re not fully satisfied. So just get started now, and if I don’t deliver on what I said, please do get the refund.
See you in the course! 🙂
Note – This course is not for you if:
You’re a complete Arduino beginner and have never written a program before.
You’re an anti-OOP purist. Sorry, not for you!