plumb runs occam programs on your Arduino. To use plumb, you must have an active Internet connection.
plumb runs programs on your Arduino through a sequence of steps:
- Sending your code to a server.
- The server transforms (compiles) your program to something that the Arduino can execute.
- plumb then takes the transformed file and uploads it to your Arduino.
Get The Software
We have installable apps for Mac and Windows. Linux available upon request.
You can use the "Help" option in plumb (either in the command-line or GUI version), or you can join the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list. We're always excited to help new occam programmers get started.
Also, check out these books, which will help you get started with occam and the Plumbing libraries.
Plumb icon created by nicubunu, released under a CC0 Public Domain License http://openclipart.org/detail/12997/plum-by-nicubunu
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Copyright (c) 2013 Matthew C. Jadud
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