The newly-launched Arduino IDE comes with a number of improved features.
For years, the open-source Arduino IDE has enabled millions of Makers to easily write code and upload it onto the highly-popular, Atmel based boards. The program — which is written in Java and based on Processing among other open-source software — runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. And today, the team has announced the availability of the Arduino IDE 1.6.1 — an improved version of last month’s update.
“Since the day we started developing the first 1.5 version we have received a lot of feedback, suggestions and contributions from our vibrant community and we would like to thank you all for your passion and goodwill,” Arduino shared in its recent blog post.
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