January 29, 2015 AT 5:40 am

Embrio – visual programming architecture for embedded software @arduino #arduino



Embrio is a new visual programming architecture for embedded software, now available for use with Arduino on Windows. Create programs for the Arduino without writing any code using a simple but powerful visual interface. Unlike other visual languages which function like text based languages in a visual shell, Embrio represents a new intuitive philosophy in real-time embedded programming.

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