In the previous example, you used a
for loop, but your hardware can actually blink the LED itself. To do this, set the pin output as
PWM, which stands for Pulse Width Modulation (PWM).
This allows you to create a signal of on and off pulses. When you turn an LED on and off very quickly many times a second, it appears that the LED is set to a certain brightness due to how our eyes work. Here’s how your code would look: