Arduino + LCD + PHP [Part 4]

Davide GombaApril 9th, 2010

[Justin] keeps on updating his Arduino + LCD + PHP article series.

I’ve made some really great progress on this ongoing Arduino + LCD project over the last couple of weeks — some of the two larger hurdles are now out of the way, the results of which you can see in the video above.

[Justin] keeps on updating his Arduino + LCD + PHP article series.

I’ve made some really great progress on this ongoing Arduino + LCD project over the last couple of weeks — some of the two larger hurdles are now out of the way, the results of which you can see in the video above.

[Justin] keeps on updating his Arduino + LCD + PHP article series.

I’ve made some really great progress on this ongoing Arduino + LCD project over the last couple of weeks — some of the two larger hurdles are now out of the way, the results of which you can see in the video above.

He has been improving some auto-reset issues.

You disable the auto-reset by basically routing from the 5V power to the RESET pin on the Arduino with the 120 OHM resistor in between.

As you can see, I’ve also started running the PHP script from the Terminal, which gives me a lot more flexibility to kill the script if something isn’t going right, whereas before, when I was running it from the browser, the script would have to go the entire way through before stopping.

It’s very interesting following a project in a step by step process.

Thanks Michael. Keep on doing this (hope you finish soon, btw ;) )

via [BrockenCityLabs]

He has been improving some auto-reset issues.

You disable the auto-reset by basically routing from the 5V power to the RESET pin on the Arduino with the 120 OHM resistor in between.

As you can see, I’ve also started running the PHP script from the Terminal, which gives me a lot more flexibility to kill the script if something isn’t going right, whereas before, when I was running it from the browser, the script would have to go the entire way through before stopping.

It’s very interesting following a project in a step by step process.

Thanks Michael. Keep on doing this (hope you finish soon, btw ;) )

via [BrockenCityLabs]

He has been improving some auto-reset issues.

You disable the auto-reset by basically routing from the 5V power to the RESET pin on the Arduino with the 120 OHM resistor in between.

As you can see, I’ve also started running the PHP script from the Terminal, which gives me a lot more flexibility to kill the script if something isn’t going right, whereas before, when I was running it from the browser, the script would have to go the entire way through before stopping.

It’s very interesting following a project in a step by step process.

Thanks Michael. Keep on doing this (hope you finish soon, btw ;) )

via [BrockenCityLabs]

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