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CLI and IDE get better together

Reading Time: 2 minutes CLI and IDE get better together Arduino Team — August 24th, 2020 This article was written by Silvano Cerza and Ubi de Feo from the Arduino Tooling team. Over the past two months our newly established Tooling Team has taken over operations concerning the Arduino CLI and Pro IDE. We’ve been silent at work in […]

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Arduino Pro IDE v0.0.6-alpha.preview is out!

Reading Time: < 1 minute Arduino Pro IDE v0.0.6-alpha.preview is out! Arduino Team — May 5th, 2020 You can now install third party cores! We have developed a handy “Boards Control” feature to help you identify and configure third party boards. Try it out and give us your feedback. Highlights for this release include: Support for third party cores UX […]

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Preview the Debugger feature for the Arduino Pro IDE

Reading Time: < 1 minute Preview the Debugger feature for the Arduino Pro IDE Arduino Team — February 28th, 2020 We’ve released the first prototype of one of the most requested Arduino Pro IDE features: the Arduino Debugger! [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoporLqnLOI?feature=oembed&w=500&h=281] Key features include the ability to: Execute your Arduino sketch step-by-step while it’s running on your Arduino board! Pause your […]

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Arduino Pro IDE v0.0.4-alpha is here!

Reading Time: < 1 minute Arduino Pro IDE v0.0.4-alpha is here! Arduino Team — January 30th, 2020 Our dev team has some more exciting news to share: Arduino Pro IDE v0.0.4-alpha has been released. Highlights include: Automatic Arduino language server (LS) recovery. From now on, if the LS process terminates, it restarts automatically. Updated the bundled Clang version to 9.0.0. Bundled Clangd into the application […]

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New Arduino Pro IDE: A closer look

Reading Time: 4 minutes Last weekend we announced that we’re working on the new Arduino Pro IDE and we got a huge response! Let’s take a deeper look at what is in store. Here are the choices you have to develop code from Arduino today — some you might know, others you might not — and how they paved […]