Arduino is an open-source tool used for building electronics projects. Arduino consists of a physical programmable circuit board (often referred to as a micro-controller) and a development environment that allow you to run, write and upload computer code to the board.
Arduino Studio is a new open source development environment for the Arduino Programming Language. Instead of a monolithic architecture and a centralized development model, Arduino Studio take advantage of Adobe Brackets Editor's pluggable system. We are working hard to allow users to exploit Arduino Studio as stand-alone, web/cloud-based and on-board embedded editor. Just one editor for all the environments. Arduino Studio is now available as an alpha release, in-bundle distribution for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows or as a easy-to-install Brackets Extension.
- Take advantage of Brackets editor's architecture;
- One editor for all environments: Cloud-based on your browser, Stand-alone on your PC and Embedded on your board;
- Brand new User Interface;
- Code Completion and in-line Quick Language Reference;
Work in progress
- Community plugin manager. Contributed Themes, additional Functionalities and Libraries are welcome!
- Platform manager for third parties boards, architectures and toolchains;
- For more information, please visit http://www.arduino.org/
- To report a bug or to make a simple enhancement, stop by https://github.com/arduino-org/ArduinoStudio/issues
If you're interested in modifying or extending the Arduino Studio software, we would be very happy if you did it! If you want to integrate your work into the official release please create a pull request at https://github.com/arduino-org/ArduinoStudio/compare
If you're interested in collaborating please contact us!
Ready-to-run software and instructions are available on Labs
Arduino.org is an open source project, developed by many and based on:
- The Arduino.cc IDE: http://www.arduino.cc/
- The Wiring project: http://www.wiring.org.co/
- The Processing project: http://processing.org
- Adobe Brackets project: http://brackets.io/
A special thanks to Daniela Antonietti, Hernando Barragán, David Cuartielles, Ben Fry, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, David A. Mellis, Massimo Banzi and Casey Reas for their works and inspirations.
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