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Straight forward, no additional hardware, no BS. Debug your Arduino Uno or Nano (almost) out of the box!
We’ve released the first prototype of one of the most requested Arduino Pro IDE features: the Arduino Debugger! Give it a try: 🤍
Have you ever been faced with an Arduino board that crashes for no apparent reason? Have you ever decode an ESP8266 (ESP32, etc.) exception stack trace and ended with more questions than answers? If so, let me talk to you about a bulletproof technique: the good-old "tracing" technique. In this video, I show you how you can debug virtually any Arduino program by using only the serial port. That's all! Tracing is just that, printing the current location so that you know where you are in the program. It acts as breadcrumbs that you can follow to see how you got there. I show you how to create a handy macro that will help you add traces to your program. The macro prints the file name, the line number, the function name, as well as, the arguments and the template parameters. With a tool like that, you're getting a lot of information, which is essential to find a bug. Then, I present you ArduinoTrace, the small library that I created just for that purpose. This library makes it very easy to add traces in a program. It requires absolutely zero initialization or other ceremonies. Include and enjoy! To illustrate this technique, I show you how I fixed the latest bug in ArduinoJson. You'll see how tracing helps us get closer and closer to the bug until we can see the mistake right before our eyes. Please check out ArduinoTrace at: 🤍 Don't forget to add a GitHub star; it greatly helps to promote the library.
Don't leave your Serial.print statements in your final code! And use printf! PCBWay $5 for 10 PCBs: 🤍 Quick link to the PCBway 4th annual PCB design contest (Aug - Nov 2021) 🤍 00:00 Welcome Back! 00:46 PCBWay 4th Annual PCB Design Contest 02:40 The problem with Serial.print statements 03.27 Program bloat 04:11 Slow execution 07:05 Code Demo starts 10:55 How we can do it differently 18:25 Compilation with and without debugging 22:18 ESP32 advanced solution 24:33 printf for the Arduino 25:49 Conclusion ► You can now support me by buying me a coffee! 🤍 ► Far more code examples and an advanced example in my GitHub 🤍 ► Global compiler directives (with much more on this site) 🤍 ► printf for the Arduino processor I will expand on this in a future video - just for the Arduino processor! 🤍 ► printf GitHub for the code... 🤍 ... based on this printf GitHub version 🤍 Far more details of the code and an advanced example in my GitHub 🤍 ► List of all my videos (Special thanks to Michael Kurt Vogel for compiling this) 🤍 NOT THIS ONE 🤍 If you like this video please give it a thumbs up, share it and if you're not already subscribed please consider doing so and joining me on my Arduinite (and other μControllers) journey My channel, GitHub, and blog are here: • 🤍 • 🤍 • 🤍 • 🤍
How to build a hardware debugger that allows you to debug Arduino programs running on an Arduino Uno or ATtiny in 4 easy steps. Background article: 🤍 Code repository: 🤍 If you want to build a hardware debugger that is a little bit more durable, then visit: 🤍 There is also the luxury version (which requires SMD soldering): 🤍 Table of Contents: 00:26 - Motivation 01:32 - GDB: The GNU Project Debugger 01:44 - Embedded Debugging 05:04 - Step 1: Install PlatformIO 08:31 - Step 2: Install firmware for HW debugger 11:08 - Step 3: Connect debuggger to target 16:42 - Step 4: Start debugging
The Arduino Uno is easy to debug: During developement we use an Xplained Mini Board, which provides real hardware debugging and is available at low cost. From now on we use this IDE: Microchip Studio. Alert: With version 7.0.2542 the name "Atmel Studio 7" has been replaced by "Microchip Studio" - the functionality didn't change.
My Maker world changed last week when I started my first inline debugging tool for an Arduino sketch. Free of charge, nota bene. You do not know what I am talking about? Then you must watch at least the beginning of the video. If you know what I am talking about, I am sure; you also want to have it. PlatformIO announced it will go open source because of an investment of Western Digital. Links: PlatformIO: 🤍 Zadig 🤍 JTAG debugger: 🤍 or 🤍 Olimex JTAG: 🤍 IDC connectors: 🤍 More details: 🤍 Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 My Bitcoin address: 19FSmqbBzb5zsYB1d8Bq4KbxVmezToDNTV If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my primary job
Many of us want a better tool than the Arduino IDE with more functionality and still the same ease of use. As we saw in an earlier video, one way to go is PlatformIO. Today we will test another tool that viewers proposed and see if it is any good: Visual Micro with its hardware debugger. I am a proud Patreon of 🤍greatscottlab , 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍ELECTRONOOBS , 🤍EEVblog , and others. No Docker, No Microsoft Teams, Zoom Links: ESP32 Dev. Board used: 🤍 ESP32 Prog Debugger: 🤍 or 🤍 Heat-shrink tubes: 🤍 Installation: 🤍 Wiring Diagrams: 🤍 ESP32 Debugging: 🤍 Tuning Intellisense: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission of your purchases to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads
Debug Arduino with Menu-Tools- Serial Monitor Send Serial.prinln("debug")
Arduino IDE 2.0 has been officially released. The new IDE, which is used to program Arduino and other microcontroller boards, has been overhauled to make it a modern editor with a more responsive interface and faster compilation times. Here is my overview and summary of the new features. - Let Me Explain T-shirt: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #garyexplains
Debugging in der Arduino IDE wird bekanntlich mit Serial.print() durchgeführt. Das kann manchmal recht mühsam sein. Ich habe versucht, mir das Leben etwas zu erleichtern. Was dabei herausgekommen ist, seht ihr in diesem Video. Quelltexte auf Github: 🤍 Webseite: 🤍 Für Fragen, Kritik oder Anregungen könnt ihr einen Kommentar schreiben oder mir direkt eine E-Mail an der.hobbyelektroniker🤍gmail.com senden.
Você sabe como debugar o Arduino para encontrar o problema no seu Sketch ? Neste video eu vou te explicar como e deixar um Sketch prontinho para você debugar com facilidade. * CURSO COMPLETO DE ARDUINO: 🤍 (Com apoio particular via WhatApp diretamente com o Prof. Flavio) * SITE DO CANAL: 🤍 (Todo o conteúdo organizado) * SKETCH: 🤍
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In his last video, GreatScott was not successful in building a Walkie Talkie project and suggested that we use his schematic to find out the problem. Because I like his work, and I love all sorts of wireless gadgets, I decided to give it a try. Debugging anyway is an essential skill of a Maker because errors help us to learn. And to make it clear: GreatScott did not make an obvious nor a dumb mistake as he suggested. Links: GreatScott's video: 🤍 NRF24L01: 🤍 Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V: 🤍 or: 🤍 or: B01JA58DHM Max1458: 🤍 3.3/5V FTDI adapter: 🤍 or: 🤍 Microphones: 🤍 Video about aliasing: 🤍 Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 My Bitcoin address: 19FSmqbBzb5zsYB1d8Bq4KbxVmezToDNTV If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my primary job
The Arduino Uno Board Debugging screen in Visual Studio Code using the 'avr-debugger' library. The 'avr-debugger' library used the source in github below. 🤍 I wrote the explanation in Korean on the blog link below. 🤍 Thanks for your watching
Turn-on and debugging a custom Arduino. In part 3 of the DIY Arduino series, James assembles the Pyramiduino. In this episode you can see how to solder parts with a toaster oven, test a board with a scope, and program an Arduino bootloader. The design isn’t perfect, so you get to see James work through the problems in real-time. Support James on Patreon: 🤍 Get show notes at: 🤍 Join the AddOhms Discord: 🤍 Marvel Studios Logo Template Created by lonearcherfilms/Film Learnin - Check out the channel here: 🤍 Video produced by James Lewis (🤍baldengineer): 🤍 Ask questions directly on the forum: 🤍 Subscribe to learn electronics with free tutorials: 🤍 #arduino, #electronics, #reflow
With the Visual Micro Serial Debugger you can use the advanced Break and Trace features easily, to conditionally control your debugging session. Information and Links Below..... In this video we explore Conditional Breakpoints, Hit Counters, and Time based Breakpoints. Often you need to control what conditions cause a debugging action to trigger, so you can output data or stop your program only in a certain scenario. With the Serial Debugger you can use Conditional Expressions, as well as Hit Counters, and Millisecond Counters, to quickly and easily allow you to debug the scenario you need, without having to step all the way to the problem. GDB Tools for Micro-controllers often don't support the Hit Counters, and can often affect the speed at which your board executes your program. With the Serial Debugger these problems and wiring headaches are a thing of the past.... Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to stay up to date with new videos and feature updates... Our Website: 🤍 Serial Debugging Overview: 🤍 🤍Plot Chart Syntax: 🤍 Breakpoint Actions: 🤍 Conditional Breakpoints: 🤍 Breakpoint Hit Counters: 🤍 The Breakpoint Window: 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio
Full Instructable: 🤍 Expand this message to see guides and further information... How to setup your Arduino sketch for GDB Debugging on an AVR in Visual Micro, with an external GDB Stub library. No additional hardware required, and only a few code changes needed! Visual Micro Website: 🤍 GDB Stub Library: 🤍 AVR GDB Stub Page: 🤍 ESP8266 GDB Stub Page: 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio
The Arduino IDE v2 is the new official IDE, the 1.8 versions are from now on legacy. This means that the Arduino team must be pretty confident about the new IDE. Version 2 of the IDE looks quite similar to version v1.8. Its main differences seem to be its new looks with a menu bar on the side, a debug interface, autocomplete, and more sophisticated search functions. Also, boards are detected automatically and different IDE windows can compile for different boards without interfering with each other. Contents = 0:00 Intro 0:37 Overview 1:23 Side by Side 3:23 Faster 3:43 Left Menu Bar 4:27 Debugging 5:26 Portability 6:11 Summarizing... Resources = * Buy an Arduino UNO: 🤍 * Buy an Arduino Portenta H7: 🤍 Check out our YouTube offers: 🤍 Subscribe to our Newsletter: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍
Arduino development platforms do not have built in debugging firmware or hardware. This video demonstrates several methods to add debugging through simple coding of the hardware serial port or the general purpose I/O ports. Additional Resources: Maker.io - 🤍 Maker.io - 🤍 Digi-Key’s Blog – TheCircuit 🤍 Connect with Digi-Key on Facebook 🤍 And follow us on Twitter 🤍
If you want to see the assembly code in action on your Arduino board, or need to get down to ASM to debug, this is the quick video for you... more information and links below.... Using the Disassembly View in Visual Studio, you can easily keep your debugging in step between the Arduino code, and the ASM code, allowing either a more informed learning process, or solving a problem between different architecture MCUs.... Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to stay up to date with new videos and feature updates... Our Website: 🤍 How to Use the Disassembly View:- 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio
*If you like this, I think you'll like the premium Arduino training we offer. Check it out here* 🤍 This code comes from a course student [Arthur] working on a challenge. The challenge was to blink 3 LEDs in sequence back and forth and use two potentiometers to adjust the timing of the blink and the brightness of the LEDs. Arthur did a fantastic job and his code works great but there is always room for improvement, and he was seeking some pointers. In this video I walk through the code and make some recommendations. Want to get the most from this video? Then copy the original code from below and see if you can determine how it works and how you might clean it up a little yourself. Learning to read other peoples code is huge part of learning programming give it a shot! The three big themes I address in this code are: Variable naming conventions and comments Removing unnecessary code Creating a more responsive algorithm
This is a way too long tutorial on how to play medium quality audio files on an Arduino. I remember myself starting and what was supposed to be fun development, often times proved to be frustrating error checking. I wanted to make this explanation as complete as I could to help out everyone who might run in to some trouble. More importantly though, I am hoping to help build a more general understanding of the concepts behind this project. Learning how and why it works is vastly more important than just to play a song. - You can hear popping sound out the beginning and the end of playing. This is known by the TMRpcm developer and supposedly solved in most cases. See the discussion here: 🤍 - Talking teddy video - 🤍 - Project files (including schematic): - 🤍 - Wav converter - 🤍 00:00 Introduction 01:07 PWM background 02:00 Circuit assembly 03.07 Amplifier background 04:30 Back to circuit assembly 06:29 Code 10:35 Audio file conversion 11:56 Power up 13:17 Troubleshooting
Using the Arduino IDE to generate programs for the STM32 "blue pill" board and debugging with gdb. Read the article: 🤍
Full Guide: 🤍 Expand this message to see guides and further information... A walkthrough video to show how to install the Teensyduino software for the Arduino IDE, and get up and running with the Serial Debugger in Visual Micro to solve those project problems quickly and easily on your Teensy board of choice. Don't forget once you have this worked out, you can also use the Serial Debugger to plot charts and calibrate sensors easily as well with literally a few clicks more... Sensor Calibration: 🤍 Debug Charts: 🤍 Further Info: 🤍 🤍 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio
It can be difficult to solve a problem in your own Library, or in an external one, but using Visual Micro you can debug in seconds, without modifying the Library! More Information and Links below.... We all run into issues with our projects, and it can be even more difficult to solve Library problems, even if they are your own libraries... By including them as Shared Projects in Visual Micro you can debug using GDB/GDBStub in no time, and get those problems solved quickly. Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to stay up to date with new videos and feature updates... Our Website: 🤍 Setting up GDBStub for AVR: 🤍 Other Publications from Visual Micro: 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio
This video shows how to interpret the periodic debug log and how to activate additional debugging capabilities at compile time. Support: 🤍 Project Website: 🤍 Code: 🤍
If you are having trouble getting Hardware (GDB) Debugging working on your Visual Micro project, this video may have the solution you need. Information and Links Below.... When you have issues getting the Hardware Debugging working it can seem like solving your bug is further away than before... thankfully there are a few common problems which we can all run into from connection issues, to incorrect selections in the IDE, and even USB driver issues... Our full online troubleshooter can be found below, and will guide you through these solutions in more detail. Follow the troubleshooter through and it will advise on what is best to do to get you up and running as quickly as possible. Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to stay up to date with new videos and feature updates... Our Website: 🤍 Hardware Debugging Troubleshooter: 🤍 Introduction to GDB Debugging: 🤍 Hardware Debugger Compatibility List: 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio
Quickly demonstrate the digital / analog pin readings and variable values, visually from your hardware using Visual Micro. Expand this message to see further information and guides... With editable charts, and scaling visuals it scales from laptop to projector, allowing you to show what is happening more easily in your Arduino project. See More:- - 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio
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Tired of the Arduino IDE? Looking for quick and easy to use alternatives for your embedded coding? Interested in some nice code highlighting, autocomplete, Intellisense and fully customizable overlays? Code for right about any board: Arduino, ESP32, STM32 and more! Migrate to PlatformIO today and start coding your projects with more joy and less BS! ➡️ platformio.ini variables: 🤍 ➡️ PIO-Docs: 🤍 ➡️ PIO-Forum: 🤍 🖥️ Debug your Arduino Uno or nano: 🤍
Ten years of waiting has an end. During the Arduino day last week, Arduino officially released the beta version of its all-new IDE, which should give us all the features of a modern development environment. Without the hassle of a modern development environment. Too good to be true? Let’s have a closer look. I am a proud Patreon of 🤍greatscottlab , 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs, 🤍EEVblog , and others. No Docker, No Microsoft Teams, Zoom Links: Download: 🤍 Wikipedia IDE: 🤍 Skunks Works: 🤍 SR-71 book shown: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission of your purchases to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads
In this Arduino tutorial you will learn how to use the Serial monitor and restart your Arduino programs. This is super useful whenever you need to debug something! 🔥 Complete Arduino Course for Beginners 👉 🤍 👉 Arduino Tutorial Playlist: 🤍 ⏱️ Chapters 0:00 Debugging an Arduino program 1:04 Print some text with Serial 4:26 Use Serial in void setup() and void loop() 5:50 How to restart an Arduino program 👉 Get all my courses here 👉 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 More Free Tutorials: 🤍
Microcontroller Bastler wissen wie wichtig der Serial Port bei der Fehlersuche ist. Mein stand-alone Debugger kann so einiges, ist aber einfach nachzubauen. Link zum Arduino Code: 🤍 Ich teile hier meine Tricks, meine Meinung und meine Erfahrungen - Gute wie Schlechte. Nachmachen, nachbauen, nachkaufen bitte immer auf eigenes Risiko. Ich übernehme keine Haftung. Egal wobei: Bitte IMMER aller Sicherheitsvorschriften beachten.
This video explains how to setup the arduino eclipse plugin named sloeber so you can debug your arduino sketch on the zero with no additional hardware. With thanks to gnu-arm for the gdb openocd debug configuration and cdt.
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Got one of these displays for a project and couldn't get it to go which was strange as I've not had any issues with these before. The replacement was the same so I must be doing something wrong - right?
Get all the benefits of GDB Debugging on your Teensy Arduino Project without any additional hardware or wiring! More Information and links below... Using the library published by Fernando Trias [ftrias], you can quickly and easily start debugging with GDBStub in Visual Micro. With no additional hardware or wiring needed, and the pre-configured options in Visual Micro, you debug those Teensy Arduino Projects in no time... With the Teensy Boards supporting more than one Serial device, you can run the GDBStub through one port, and keep all of your Serial messages coming back to the PC from another. The pre-configured menu options are available in the very latest release of Visual Micro (20.06.18.2) Don't forget to Like and Subscribe to stay up to date with new videos and feature updates... Our Website: 🤍 Latest Visual Micro Releases: 🤍 GDBStub Library for Teensy 3/4: 🤍 How to debug an Teensy Arduino project with GDBStub: 🤍 Arduino GDB Tutorial: 🤍 PJRC Teensy Store: 🤍 #Arduino #VisualStudio