Arduino IDE 2.0 release candidate exits beta, adds features #Arduino @Arduino
Arduino IDE 2.0 release candidate is now available.
New in the release candidate:
A serial plotter
A high performance serial monitor
Localization for other languages
The IDE is now built around web technologies like HTML and Typescript (rather than Java). Here’s the GitHub repository, licensed under a GNU Affero General PUBLIC License. Available platforms are listed below. ARM machines like Mac M1 and Raspberry Pi are in progress.
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