Here is an overview of how to code autonomous programs:
Once you are finished coding with your subsystems and commands and testing, you are ready to run the robot with Joysticks and other controllers!
Here are the basics on how to communicate with your robot and run your code:
Use this subsystem to code the ArcadeDrive command.
Before starting, you need to have a subsystem. You can copy and paste this code into your Robot Java Project. Follow the lesson on how to write Subsystems and Commands to place this code into your subsystems folder.
Hello fellow programmers, here is the lesson on how to write subsystems and commands for the robot! Be sure to download the NI Update Suite for the next lesson. Instructions are given through this link.
Here is the first lesson for the programming team! It introduces the basics of what programming a robot is like and its specific components.
Welcome to our Programming Team!
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In this lesson we work closer to our objective of creating our Ball Intake system by creating an EatBall command that can be tested with the SmartDashboard. As always, you can check out the code in our github repository ( https://github.com/frcteam4001/stronghold_ed/tree/master/src/org/usfirst/frc/team4001/robot).
In this session we go into the details of creating our Intake subsystem. This is the system of components responsible for receiving the ball into the firing chamber as well as other operations that support shooting low and detecting the presence of a ball in the chamber. This video only focuses on the receiving of a ball.
Today marks the beginning of our learning series on Command-Based Programming in JAVA for FIRST Robotics. This session discusses:
- what you need before you get started
- software objectives for a FIRST Robotics competition
- the development environment
- an overview of commands and subsystems
- the creation of a subsystem
Check out the Slides for this session.
Check out the source code on Github