Arduino

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This is the open-source development environment (IDE) with which you can write Arduino code to be used on any of your boards for your own purposes

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The development of domestic electronic devices is currently quite simple thanks to projects of the likes of Arduino. This company designs and makes hardware boards to build digital interactive devices with the help of other attachable accessories. And all the latter thanks to the fact that it's distributed as an open-source project.

Well, if you're already immersed in the exciting world of making the most of all the possibilities offered by these tiny basic computers, you should be interested in downloading its IDE or development environment.

Start coding for open-source microcontrollers

We're talking about the IDE that simplifies the coding of these controllers and here we'll find exactly what we'd come across in any other similar program but focused on Arduino's hardware. In other words, an editor to write and compile code. The good thing is that it also offers us different aids that go beyond simple guides to start using these boards from scratch: it also comes along with code samples for different functions and devices.

It has been conceived so that anyone can start using it without basic knowledge. In any case, there are thousands of video tutorials on YouTube with different projects that are perfectly explained.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Windows XP.
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