Raspberry Pi IoT In C, 3rd Ed (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 24 January 2024

This book shows how to put the Raspberry Pi to good use in IoT by combining expertise in electronics and programming.  Harry Fairhead shows how to work directly with the hardware using the Raspberry Pi's GPIO (General Purpose Input Output) to connect with off-the-shelf sensors. This 3rd Edition was prompted by the arrival of the Pi 5, and the book looks at getting started with an IoT project with the Pi 5, the use of the Linux GPIO driver, and accessing the Pi 5’s registers directly. The Pi Zero 2W is also covered for the first time, looking at how this much faster, quad-core, version of the Pi Zero W is an excellent choice for IoT projects.



Author: Harry Fairhead
Publisher: I/O Press
Date: January 2024
Pages: 424
ISBN: 978-1871962840
Print: 1871962846
Kindle: B0CS2LRPSS
Audience: C developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Hardware platforms


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