I have a small obsession with acquiring different hardware development boards, and decided to just try to gather them together and just give a brief overview of what hardware I’ve acquired and what I think of them. You can view some links to many of the featured boards on my blog at http://brainwagon.org/2015/03/01/a-big-bin-full-o-development-boards-at-brainwagon-labs/
Build on the most effective devolopment board
If you’re excited to create and raring to go… hold out a second. There is something you should do first of all – find a development board. The majority of the electronics projects created in the maker movement are built on a development board and choosing the right one could be a complicated task, in particular when you’re a new comer to the subject and have no concept what the board does. Essentially, a development board is a electronic circuit board or a small computer that gets your electronics project up and going.
There are many sorts of development boards on the market – from microcontroller-based boards to System on Chip (SOC) to single-board computers (SBC) to purpose-built boards with Bluetooth and WiFi.
Don’t fry your brain cells as of this time, this can be made easy.
KakiDIY founder Johnson Lam states that the Raspberry Pi and Arduino are the desired development boards by the producers in Malaysia. There’s a lot of variants of these boards – both of them originally designed as instructional tools – and the prices vary. They are offered on the net and at computer outlets.
Continue reading at http://www.thestar.com.my/tech/tech-news/2017/04/10/build-on-the-best-board