In this tutorial, we’re going to look at using interrupts to generate the LED flash.
The material that’s useful: All of those documents, and an ARM instruction set reference are useful for this tutorial. The best thing to do to get the code is to clone the repo if you haven’t already.
This spot is very different from the video and text roulette 1-on-1 options, which is great because everyone needs a change of pace from time to time, am I right? Thus, we bring you chat rooms in the more traditional sense, or in other words, there are more than two people participating in a given room, unless of course you take advantage of the private messaging feature, which I will get to in more detail in a sec.
The point is, if you have grown tired of having people skip over you time and time again, you can just come here and be free of it! And, I haven't even begun to get into all the sweet features the software on this particular page has, which are plentiful and awesome.
In the next tutorial we’ll move away from blinking an LED.
We need some reading material for this tutorial – this is how I put the tutorial together, by reading and studying the manuals available for the processor.
Being able to do both is pretty cool, because you can transition between fun group cam sessions to private video calls with a new friend.