Use the Micro:bit with the Arduino IDE @adafruit @arduino @microbit_edu
Did you know that the Arduino IDE can be used to program the micro:bit? Now you have yet another way to use this cool board! Learn how to set up Arduino to program your micro:bit, blink some LEDs, read the internal temperature sensor, send and receive data over Bluetooth – even log data to Adafruit.IO!
Pick up a microbit and follow along on how you can do some pretty advanced things with your ‘bit!
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