Arduino Create is a cloud editor that allows you to write and compile code directly in the browser.
Available athttp://create.arduino.cc, This is a very amazing tool.
In this article, I want to explore the web editor.
With it, you don’t need to install anything on your computer to create an Arduino program, you only need a plug-in to "see" the circuit board connected to the computer, but other than that, everything will be automatically updated and set to zero. The best choice in order to quickly use Arduino to speed up.
It is free, has a large number of free packages, and is a cloud tool that provides automatic backup and cross-device use functions, and can run on Windows, Mac and Linux.
It also allows you to share programs on Project Hubhttps://create.arduino.cc/projecthub, Where you can share items (and see what other people have created!).
After registration, the system will ask you to install the plug-in I mentioned, and then run it, and the setup is complete.
Go tohttps://create.arduino.cc/editor, Then you will immediately see a newsketch, The name given to the program by Arduino:
At the top, you can see that it has recognized the Arduino Uno that I have connected to the USB port (
/dev/cu.usbmodem14301The line represents the USB port). It will automatically recognize the Arduino development board.
On the left, you will see a sidebar.
ExamplesThe menu lists many pre-made examples, including source code, instructions, and circuit schematics and pictures in some cases:
In the same "Examples" menu there is a convenient "From Library" tab, which lists the examples provided by the Arduino library.
LibrariesThe menu lists the official Arduino libraries, as well as a large number of libraries contributed by the community.
Happily, you can mark libraries as favorites and find them easily.
The fourth item in the sidebar is the serial monitor, which is a very convenient tool for debugging and obtaining information from the Arduino program (and also sending the information to the development board):
Next, you will get an inline help with some tutorials, feature preferences and usage quotas, such as storage compilation time and number of projects.
There is 100MB of storage space per day, 100 sketches and a 200s compile time limit, after which you can upgrade to a paid plan for $6.99 per month, which also includes advanced IoT features, which I will talk about in another article .
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