Announcing the Arduino IDE 2.0 (beta)

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Arduino IDE is the well-known software we all use to program our boards. Its development started in 2005 based on the graphical interface of the Processing project and has never stopped since. During these years, countless hours of development by the Arduino team with the help of a vibrant community made the Arduino IDE…… Continue reading Announcing the Arduino IDE 2.0 (beta)

Detect problems with your Arduino projects

Reading Time: 4 minutes This article was written by Per Tillisch, Tooling Team SW Engineer at Arduino. The Arduino team created a tool to check Arduino projects for common problems. Arduino Lint runs over 175 checks on your sketches, libraries, and boards platforms which cover specification compliance, Library Manager submission requirements, and best practices. Arduino Lint is an easy…… Continue reading Detect problems with your Arduino projects

How to work from home with Raspberry Pi | The Magpi 93

Reading Time: 7 minutes If you find yourself working or learning, or simply socialising from home, Raspberry Pi can help with everything from collaborative productivity to video conferencing. Read more in issue #92 of The MagPi, out now. 01 Install the camera If you’re using a USB webcam, you can simply insert it into a USB port on Raspberry…… Continue reading How to work from home with Raspberry Pi | The Magpi 93

Hands-on with the Arduino CLI!

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Hands-on with the Arduino CLI! Arduino Team — April 23rd, 2020 In our last post, we told you that the Arduino CLI’s primary goal is to provide a flexible yet simple command line tool with all the features and ease of use that made Arduino a successful platform, and enable users to find new ways…… Continue reading Hands-on with the Arduino CLI!

Arduino IoT Cloud: Dynamic Dashboard

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino IoT Cloud: Dynamic Dashboard Arduino Team — May 31st, 2019 In this short article we are going to have a look at a new exciting feature: the Dynamic Dashboard of Arduino IoT Cloud.Among other things with Arduino IoT Cloud, you can create a dashboard to monitor data and interact with your project. If you…… Continue reading Arduino IoT Cloud: Dynamic Dashboard

Arduino IoT Cloud: April’s New Features

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino IoT Cloud: April’s New Features Arduino Team — May 17th, 2019 In this short article, we are going to provide an overview of all the new and exciting features the team has been working on. Multi-Value Property Types: The first two types implemented are Location and Color. With Color, you can pick a color…… Continue reading Arduino IoT Cloud: April’s New Features

Wanhao D7 CW – Creation Workshop Free Version Download (Windows)

Reading Time: < 1 minutes We found it better putting up the Manual and the Free old SW online because we see that everyone seems searching for it. Hope that helps everyone. Creation Workshop (Windows) Download: LINK  Manual Download: LINK Wanhao Store: https://wanhao.store/

Getting started with the Arduino IoT Cloud

Reading Time: 2 minutes Getting started with the Arduino IoT Cloud Arduino Team — February 22nd, 2019 As previously announced, the Arduino IoT Cloud is an easy to use Internet of Things application platform that enables developers to go from unboxing their board to a working device in just minutes. To help you get started, we’ve put together a…… Continue reading Getting started with the Arduino IoT Cloud

Announcing the Arduino IoT Cloud Public Beta

Reading Time: 2 minutes In our pursuit to democratize Internet of Things development, today we are excited to announce the Arduino IoT Cloud! The Arduino IoT Cloud is an easy-to-use platform that makes it very simple for anyone to develop and manage their IoT applications, then deploy them to a large number of users. It allows users to create…… Continue reading Announcing the Arduino IoT Cloud Public Beta

Announcing the Arduino Command Line Interface (CLI)

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Arduino team has been working hard to support the needs of our professional developer community. Many of you requested a way to use our tools in Makefiles, and wanted Arduino IDE features available via a fast, clean command line interface.  How cool would it be to install project dependencies with: arduino-cli lib install “WiFi101”…… Continue reading Announcing the Arduino Command Line Interface (CLI)

STL File Format (3D Printing) – Simply Explained

Reading Time: 18 minutes What is an STL file? What is it good for? How does it work? We simply explain the STL file format for 3D printing in depth. Here’s a primer on what they are and how they work, the advantages and disadvantages of their use, plus alternative file formats to consider. In this article, we’re talking…… Continue reading STL File Format (3D Printing) – Simply Explained

Pixel Ripped 1989 im Test: Kurze Hommage mit Höhen und Tiefen

Reading Time: 3 minutes Pixel Ripped 1989 erscheint heute für Oculus Rift und HTC Vive. Auf die europäische Konsolenversion für PlayStation VR (PSVR) müssen wir uns zwar noch etwas länger gedulden, aber wir haben bereits einen Blick in die PC-Version des Spiels gewagt. Der VR-Titel entführt uns in das Jahr 1989, in welchem Videospiele noch keine hochauflösende Grafik hatten und stattdessen…… Continue reading Pixel Ripped 1989 im Test: Kurze Hommage mit Höhen und Tiefen

Test: In Death – Pfeilschnell in den Tod mit PC-Brillen

Reading Time: 4 minutes Man könnte meinen, dass Bogenspiele mittlerweile keinen VR-Nerd mehr vom Hocker reißen können, doch In Death wagt sich an die etwas abgegriffene Kampfmechanik erneut heran und verlangt sogar von euch, dass ihr euch mit Pfeil und Bogen fortbewegt. Ob die Entwicklern der Sólfar Studios ins Schwarze treffen, erfahrt ihr in unserem Review. Hallo, ich bin gestorben! Es herrscht…… Continue reading Test: In Death – Pfeilschnell in den Tod mit PC-Brillen

11 Best 3D Graphing Calculator Software Tools in 2017 / 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes 3D Graphing Calculator Tools FAQ What is a Plot? Before inkjet printers and computer memory became affordable, graphs and 3D objects were saved as vector graphic files. These files had the advantage that their size was immensely smaller than raster graphics files, because they only displayed the outlines of objects. Hard copies were made using…… Continue reading 11 Best 3D Graphing Calculator Software Tools in 2017 / 2018

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