Arduino libraries uploaded to GitHub

Posted on Wednesday, February 12th, 2014 in Arduino, library by DP


Kerry Wong writes:

Over the years I have created quite a few libraries for Arduino. I finally uploaded them to GitHub a couple of days ago so that they are now all at one place and are easier to find.

Here’s a list of the corresponding posts:

  • MCP2210 Library — Reference
  • Interfacing DS7505
  • AD7705/AD7706 Library Revisited
  • Interfacing ADS1112 With Arduino
  • LM92 Library for Arduino
  • Arduino Library For LM95172 Temperature Sensor
  • A Simple Serial Protocol
  • TCA9555 Library for Arduino
  • Arduino Library For MCP342X
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