KB-IDE Open Source IDE Supports ESP-IDF, Arduino, and Visual Programming for #ESP32 Boards @ESP32net @cnxsoft
Via CNX Software blog comes news of KB IDE, a development environment for ESP32 boards. You can code in block or text programming with a colorful, intuitive IDE. The code in either mode is C/C++ so programs should be very speedy.
Easy coding for beginners.
100% no hardcoding, just drag & drop with block connection.
Easy and Intuitive.
Basic & Advance block coverage 99% of the code that you write.
Various helping blocks, Images, Music, Text-to-speech.
Have fun in exploring with your creativity.
Speed up text-coding, all blocks are 100% convertible ready-compile C/C++.
Themed editor for programmers.
Speed up coding by converting C/C++ from block.
Line error hint, indicate and report lines with error.
50+ editor themes, dark/light, select your personal preference.
Fast switch block & code mode.
External package, add a more powerful tool.
The board manager makes selecting the target board easy with clear pictures.
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