By Derek Knight
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An Arduino Simulator
A great way to learn programming and to learn about electronics at the same time.
Program a simulated Arduino board, connect it to a simulated circuit and watch the program run.
Supports most of the Arduino C programming language (currently no switch statements or multi-dimensional arrays, but I am working on that)
Circuits can include wires, resistors and LEDs, but more components will be available soon
Not worth the $
Very primitive. The wires and leds look like they were made with MS paint.
A good start
Both a good start on the app and a good starting point for learning about the Arduino.
More components would be nice. A few more basics, then sell virtual shields, advanced chips, etc.
Good,could use a little work
As I stated in the title,it is a good app but it could use a little work, it only gives you six programs to run but it gives you instructions and the code on how to physically do the programs. I hope to see updates with this app!!!