The Wokwi Embedded Simulator for ESP32, Arduino and Raspberry Pi Pico #ESP32 #Arduino #RaspberryPi
Wokwi is an embedded systems and IoT simulator supporting ESP32, Arduino, and the Raspberry Pi Pico. Your code never leaves your computer – Wokwi runs the simulation inside VS Code, using the firmware binaries from your project.
Supported architectures: RISC-V, ARM, Xtensa, and AVR.
Huge library of electronic components: sensors, LEDs, LCDs, motors, relays, etc.
Integration with ESP-IDF, PlatformIO, and Arduino.
Virtual Logic Analyzer – Capture digital signals in your simulation (e.g. UART, I2C, SPI) and analyze them on your computer.
Built-in WiFi Gateway that allows the simulated ESP32 to connect to the your local network and the internet, and use cloud services.
Virtual Logic Analyzer – Capture digital signals in your simulation (e.g. UART, I2C, SPI).
GDB integration – Debug your code using the VS Code debugger.
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