A zip of the source code is on the Download tab, not the Source tab.
He does not attempt to explain anything, but just expects the reader to blindly follow his instructions without any deeper understanding.
It has some very cool techniques to create the hardware necessary to interface the arduino board and android device.
An amazing book. I've done a lot of project and I learned a lot! A friend of mine told me about it and it is really fascinatingPublished 8 months ago by Gilberto Batista
The projects are pretty basic. I was expecting to see something a little more useful. Now, I just look up Arduino projects online.Published 12 months ago by Jerry L. Adkins
This is a cool book, and very instructional, it starts you out at the beginning, and pretty soon you're building and programming like a pro, or at leas as close to a pro as I've... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Stephen Stefl
The book depends entirely upon pre-baked apps that you get from the authors. I picked it up because I had otherwise been very happy with this publisher's dev books and expected a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ron Barry
The motivation of the author is everything. This genre of book should be motivated by a desire to teach and demonstrate skills. Read morePublished 17 months ago by aphalstrom
Having given Simon Monk a GUSHING review on his basic book on programming Arduino, I had high hopes for this book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by J. Fulmer
It focuses on the Arduino. It shows wiring it up, sketches, electronics,in great detail. Don't expect it to teach many specifics about android.Published on August 22, 2012 by StamKi
Enjoying this book. It is EXACTLY the kind of hands on hacking I like. It has great photos and is very clear on the process and code.
This book is filled with tons of great info on getting your android device working with your arduino board. Read morePublished on February 11, 2012 by Mariano Figueroa