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Let's create a campaign to beg solo learn to create an Arduino course or any other course dealing with hardware programming!

Coding a Hardware

2nd Feb 2018, 7:15 PM
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I am actually thinking of submitting some lessons for Arduino but I don't know how many people are interested in that.
5th Feb 2018, 8:06 PM
dim_knp
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@dim_knp No, not really. If you did want to do something that can’t be done on iOS, then I see how it could be annoying, but I’ve never really wanted to do anything like that on a phone. If I want to do something that requires a laptop, then that’s what I will use. It’s too unnatural to do it with no physical keyboard and a phone-sized screen.
5th Feb 2018, 9:32 PM
Jacob Pembleton
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I’d rather start a campaign for updating iOS app. Until recently, the Skills section in profiles just said “Coming Soon”, and there is no quiz factory, lesson factory, or any of that. We have standard courses, (not even C), challenges, but no making them, activity feed, code playground, and discussion. Although no attachments like images in discussion. Actually, the iOS app only came out around September. Before that, still all separate apps.
3rd Feb 2018, 2:01 AM
Jacob Pembleton
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We are currently off-topic 😅 Maybe we need to clean up this mess
5th Feb 2018, 10:00 PM
dim_knp
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[Update] The first lesson "Introduction to Arduino" is under contraction.
5th Feb 2018, 10:47 PM
dim_knp
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@dim_knp I’ve seen my friends suffer through Android for years, along with my uncle for a few weeks. I am never doing that. My solution is an Android emulator for when I need to use it.
5th Feb 2018, 8:24 PM
Jacob Pembleton
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@Jacob Why is Android better? Data transfer options: - Bluetooth - WiFi Direct - FTP (over WiFi - this one actually requires an app to be installed) - NFC - Freaking USB (Android users don't need any special software to be installed on the PC - aka iTunes - to transfer data) Customization options: - Custom Launchers - Custom Screen Locks - Custom ROMs (for rooted users) Flexibility features: - Huge variety of apps in Play store - Numerous devices to choose from - Google account syncs nicely with Windows 10 without any add ons - Ability to charge anywhere (everyone has a microUSB cable) And the best thing is that it is Open Source.
5th Feb 2018, 9:42 PM
dim_knp
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@Jacob I got a solution for you. Take the right decision, switch to Android.
5th Feb 2018, 8:08 PM
dim_knp
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@Jacob There's a lot of reasons I prefer Android issues over iOS restrictions.
5th Feb 2018, 8:31 PM
dim_knp
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