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Getting Started with Flash and Arduino

Great tutorial from Mike Chambers at Adobe!

In this post, I will show how to setup your development environment and started developing Flash projects that integrate with the Arduino electronic platform. For this tutorial, we will cover how to:

For this tutorial, we will cover how to:

  1. Set up Arduino and make sure it is connected correctly.
  2. Install and configure a proxy program so Flash can communicate with the Arduino.
  3. Build a simple Flash application that blinks an LED on the Arduino.

Once we are finished with the tutorial, you will be all setup to begin working on real world Flash / Arduino projects.


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2 Comments

  1. There is not a resistor on digital pin 13 and connecting an LED without any current limiting is a bad idea. You are relying on the short circuit limit of the port pin which could lead to disaster.

    There is a resistor in series with the on-board LED.

  2. Disaster indeed! Ohm, the humanity!

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