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Arduino iOS Blueprints by Fabrizio Boco

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Summary

In this chapter, you have built a device that allows you to control an external device (a lamp, a washing machine, a coffee kettle, and so on) manually or automatically, turning it on and off as you like, and/or at a specific time.

You have learned to make a power circuit without using a relay and manage it from Arduino.

On Arduino, you have learned to write a program that reads and writes on the SD card, uses the Wi-Fi shield to communicate to iOS devices and to an external service (to get the current time), and manages an external power circuit for controlling the external device.

On iOS, you have learned how to design the user interface for a medium complex application also using the UITableView that is one of the most used components ...

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