|Latest Version:||1.8.6 LATEST|
|Requirements:||Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10|
|Old Versions:||1.8.5 / 1.8.4|
Arduino is a creative bundle that embodies an easy-to-use hardware and open-source software ecosystem. Arduino IDE is a program that engages users to create software which will be uploaded to the physical Arduino Board.
Apart from being a cross-platform software available for Windows (XP and up), Mac OS and Linux (32, 64, ARM), Arduino IDE is also adapted for both online and offline coding.
An online version is a beneficial solution for users with a stable Internet connection. Arduino Web Editor allows to save and upload programs called sketches to the cloud, where they are systematically backed up and always available for downloading from any device. Additionally, you will have the access to the latest updates of the Arduino IDE. The offline alternative is as beneficial as the online one and you can download Offline Arduino IDE as an installer with the .exe extension or as a Zip package. To get the full advantage of Arduino’s offline version, keep your software updated regularly.
Arduino integrated development environment has a minimalistic and user-friendly interface to encourage fast and productive work. The program itself consists of text editor where you can not only type the text, but cut, paste, replace or search it, of text console (in simple terms output window) displaying error messages, compilation status, memory usage or other relevant information about your sketch and of the message area delivering active feedback and displaying some errors.
What's new in this version:
Arduino Key features also include:
- Sketch compilation with error check. Arrange curly braces and indent better the statements inside them with code auto-formatting. Copy and pack your Arduino sketch in zip archive which you can effortlessly find in the same folder where the sketch is. Arduino is capable to fix the differences between char maps of its own editor and the operating system. Offline version supplies users with the access to the numerous references, tutorials, guides and documentation. Arduino IDE is written in Java programming language and it supports both C and C++. Arduino IDE has an interactive feature helping to find a certain function or command in the References. Arduino employs the Wiring library to provide various common input and output procedures. Arduino uses Avrdude hexadecimal encoding to convert the code into the text.
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