Have you ever heard of Instructables? The Internet is not just a leisure tool, it is much more, especially for curious people who are addicted to tutorials and DYS. On the Internet we can find resources such as Wikipedia, video tutorials from Sclipo among others, to step-by-step instructions through images as is the case of Instructables.
Instructables is a website specialized in user-created DIY projects that other users can comment and rate for their quality. It was created by Eric Wilhelm and Saul Griffith and launched in August 2005. On August 1st, 2011, Autodesk (a leader in 3D design, engineering and software development) acquired it.
It is a community of users who create educational resources to learn from art to technology, navigating step by step where image sequences are shown in each part, and where notes are included to facilitate understanding.
The authors themselves can also enrich their creation by adding collaborators who are interested in participating. Each user has their own page where they can see their contributions in the community, having their own RSS channel and from where they can also send them private messages and comments.
In addition, to access the instructions of a category, we can access from the menu itself and we can even follow up through their RSS channel. Once in the list of instructions, within a category, we can reorder the results by filters according to whether they are popular, recent, ratings, views and by number of comments.
And finally, and perhaps the most important element is, for our Refitting Machine project, that has a whole section for learning how to use Arduino.
If you want to know more, you can visit: https://www.instructables.com/howto/Arduino/