9. Related resources
To learn more about using the Pololu A-Star boards, see the following list of resources:
- The Arduino IDE has many examples that can run on the A-Stars.
- The Arduino website has a Language Reference, a wiki called the The Arduino Playground, and other resources.
- The A-Star boards are similar to the Arduino Leonardo and Arduino Micro, so you can search the Internet for relevant projects that use one of those boards.
- Atmel’s ATmega32U4 documentation has the ATmega32U4 datasheet and many related documents.
- AVR Libc Home Page: this page documents the standard library of functions that you can use with GNU C and C++ compilers for the AVR.
- A-Star 32U4 Arduino library
- AStar32U4 library documentation
- LUFA – the Lightweight USB Framework for AVRs
- Atmel Studio 7
- AVR Freaks
Datasheets for some of the components found on the A-Star 32U4 boards are available below (not all components apply to every board):
- Texas Instruments TPS2113A power multiplexer datasheet (1k redirect)
- Texas Instruments DRV8838 motor driver datasheet (1k redirect)
- Maxim MAX14870 motor driver datasheet (492k pdf)
Finally, we would like to hear your comments and questions on the A-Star section of the Pololu Robotics Forum!