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Latest Updates

The latest version of the Andee Library for Arduino is:
Version 18 (Supports Annikken Andee for IOS)

You will need to update the following:


For Annikken Andee (Android) Users:


Click the links above for instructions on how to update.

Supported Arduino Boards

Annikken Andee (Android and iOS) are compatible with the following boards:

  • Arduino Uno
  • Arduino Leonardo
  • Arduino Mega
  • Arduino Due
  • Femtoduino (Instruction)

Supported iOS devices (Annikken Andee for iOS)

Requires iOS version 7.0 and above

  • iPhone 4S/5/5C/5S
  • iPad 3rd/4th Generation or Air
  • iPad Mini 1st/2nd Generation
  • iPod Touch 5th Generation

Supported Android devices (Annikken Andee)

Requires Android 4.0 and above with bluetooth capabilities

Quick Howto Guides

New to the Annikken Andee? Click here to learn more about it!

If you have downloaded the latest Andee library, you can find a set of lessons on how to use the Andee under Arduino IDE -> File -> Examples -> Andee.

Displaying Objects


Buttons and Actions


Bluetooth Connectivity


SD Card


Integrated Smartphone Functionality


Date/Time Functionality

Special Resources for the Christmas Development Kit


Projects you can try!

Andee Battle Tank

Rubber Band Launcher Mark I

Time-Automated Data Logger

Christmas Lights and Annoying Music

API Reference

Click here for the complete list of the Annikken Andee API Reference

Lessons

Lesson 1: Creating Your First Display Boxes! Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 2: Displaying Raw Analog Input Information Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 3: Displaying TMP36 Temperature Sensor Reading Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 4: Changing Colours Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 5: Varying Colours with Analog Sensor Changes Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 6: Making Single-Press Buttons Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 7: Making a Toggle Button Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 8: Programming Single- and Double-Press Buttons Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 9: Using Buttons to Control LED or Relays Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 10: Using Buttons to Control Buzzer Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 11: Creating a Press-and-Hold Button Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 12: Using Buttons to Control RGB LEDs Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 13: Using Buttons to Control Servos Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 14: Retrieving Text Input from Smartphone Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 15: Using the Text Input Button to Control LCD Display Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 16: Creating Slider Inputs and Outputs Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 17: Using Sliders to Control RGB LEDs Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 18: Using Sliders to Control Servos Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 19: Do Things Only When Smartphone is Connected Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 20: Use Bluetooth Signal Strength to Control Things Works on Android

Lesson 21: Change Andee Bluetooth Device Name Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 22: Check Bluetooth MAC Address Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 23: Filter Devices by Bluetooth MAC Address Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 24: How to Send SMS Works on Android

Lesson 25: How to Push Notifications to SmartphoneWorks on Android

Lesson 26: Create Date Input Button Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 27: Create Time Input Button Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 28: Retrieve Smartphone Date and Time Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 29: How to Schedule and Execute Tasks Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 30: How to How to Read and Write to SD Card Works on iOS and Android

Lesson 31a: How to Get Your Smartphone (Android) to Talk Works on Android
Lesson 31b: How to Get Your Smartphone (iOS) to Talk Works on iOS

Lesson 32: Enforce Screen Settings Works on Android

Lesson 33: Automatically Take Photos with Smartphone Camera Works on iOS and Android

Tutorials

If you want a deeper understanding of how the Andee code works, do take the time to read the tutorials below!


Tutorial 1: The Fundamentals and How to Create Displays Works on iOS and Android

Tutorial 2: Fun with Buttons!Works on iOS and Android

Tutorial 3: Using Your Smartphone's Keyboard as InputWorks on iOS and Android

Tutorial 4: Playing with ColorsWorks on iOS and Android

Tutorial 5: Controlling Analog Outputs from your SmartphoneWorks on iOS and Android

Tutorial 6: Reading Analog InputsWorks on iOS and Android

Tutorial 7: Unleash the Awesome Power of NFC Tags!Works on Android

Tutorial 8: Using the Smartphone as a Time Machine!Works on iOS and Android

Tutorial 9: Securing the Andee from Intruders!Works on iOS and Android

Tutorial 10: Changing Your Andee’s Bluetooth Device NameWorks on iOS and Android

Tutorial 11: Creating a Complex Graphical User InterfaceWorks on iOS and Android

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