A new RedBoard is here! So is an Onion Omega Qwiic kit and two HAMlab radio kits!

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Join us for part two of our in-depth look at testbed design at SparkFun. Here, we focus on the hardware design choices for our in-house testing tool, the Flying Jalapeno.

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With the speed that technology changes and advances, products can't be expected to remain on the market forever. But what happens when a product's retirement interferes with your project?

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A new Qwiic-enabled Relay Board in single and quad versions, as well as a new Raspberry Pi board!

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The motivation behind the "Three Quick Tips for Using U.FL" tutorial

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Technology is making it easier and faster to do business, share information, and even argue with strangers around the world, but I believe there's more to it than that.

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On this last New Product Post of 2018, we have plenty of new development boards for you to use!

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A guest post from Ron Justin, co-founder of GroupGets

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Chances are, you may never use all 16 million colors available to you with your RGB LEDs. But whatever colors you use, you should know how to smoothly fade from one color to another. And thanks to the wonders of math, now you can!

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A Qwiic Ultraviolet Sensor, a new version of the Infrared Control Kit, and a couple of other bits roll out this week!

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It's like clap-on, clap-off, but nerdier.

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Are you crystal, gem or mineral collector? Display them in style with an underlit display.

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As makers, the more avenues of inspiration we have, the broader our library of projects will be. From the obvious to the unusual, inspiration can be drawn from almost anywhere.

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The new Qwiic Twist is here along with a new USB-C Serial Basic Breakout and a few others!

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Join us as we give some insight into the progress made in SparkFun’s testbed design over the past eleven years, and an in-depth look at our most recent production testing tool, the Flying Jalapeno.

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An overview of America's most eclectic robotics competition

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We get by with a little help from our friends, specifically Adam Carlson.

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The new RPLIDAR is here, and a new WiFi IR board "blasts" onto the scene!

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How to eschew the Arduino IDE for a combination of and Arduino command-line tool (Arduino CLI) and a professional code editor (Visual Studio Code).

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