Phidget Programming Basics

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1 . Phidget Programming Basics

Welcome!

Welcome to the Phidget Programming Basics guide!

By following this guide, you will learn the important concepts behind how Phidgets are used in any software application.

Before You Start

We recommend having a few things set up before starting this guide on how to program with Phidgets:

1. You will need the Phidget22 libraries installed on your machine. To get the Phidgets libraries for your operating system, check out our page on Operating System Support.

2. We recommend knowing which programming language you intend to use before starting this guide, so you can follow along. We provide a list of programming languages we support, and instructions of how to set them up for use with Phidgets.

3. This guide will work best if you have a Phidget to work with, and have already tried it out using the Phidget22 Control Panel. If you haven't yet, navigate to the Product Page for your Phidget and follow the instructions in the User Guide tab to try it out.

Table of Contents

  1. Phidget Programming Basics
  2. Phidget Channels
  3. Phidget Program Outline
  4. Creating a Channel
  5. Addressing Phidgets
  6. Opening a Channel
  7. Attaching a Channel
  8. Do Things with the Channel
  9. Closing a Channel
  10. Using Events
  11. A Basic Phidget Program
  12. Using Multiple Phidgets
  13. Using the Phidget22 API
  14. Handling Errors and Logging
  15. Phidget Network Server
  16. Advanced Topics