Efficient Arduino Programming with Arduino CLI and Visual Studio Code

Posted on April 16, 2019. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , |

Efficient Arduino Programming with Arduino CLI and Visual Studio Code

This tutorial will demonstrate how to use VS Code to build for and program an Arduino — all without ever opening the comfortable-yet-restricting Arduino IDE. We’ll try to step through, as much as possible, how the VS Code/Arduino CLI pair can be used to develop an Arduino library, but a lot of what we’ll cover can be adapted to new Arduino core development or even simple Arduino sketch-writing.


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