Raspberry Pi IoT In Python Using GPIO Zero (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 25 November 2020

The Raspberry Pi makes an ideal match for the Internet of Things, and in this book Harry Fairhead and Mike James show how to put it to good use in IoT. To achieve this needs two areas of expertise, electronics and programming  and because of the way hardware and software engineering tend to occupy separate niches, this book shows how to combine the two. The GPIO Zero library is the official way to use Python with the GPIO and other devices and this book looks at how to use it to interface to fundamental IoT devices – from LEDs and buzzers to servos and stepper motors and several off-the-shelf Raspberry Pi  add-ons.

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Author: Harry Fairhead and Mike James
Publisher: I/O Press
Date: November 2020
Pages: 240
ISBN: 978-1871962666
Print: 1871962668
Kindle: B08NZ2QP41
Audience: Developers interested in the IoT
Level: Intermediate
Category: Hardware platforms and Python

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