Atmel Studio is an IDE developed by Atmel for 8-bit and 32-bit AVR MCU’s. It is based on the Visual Studio, so the setup process is pretty much the same as the Visual Studio. First, you need to download Atmel Studio. The website wants you to register before you begin to download the IDE. Click on the icon shown in … Read More
Arduino IDE is the base of all other Arduino developement environments. Its simple and easy to use. Go to arduino.cc and click Downloads. Download the latest version of the Arduino IDE and install. Start Arduino and click Tools>Board>Arduino Leonardo. Select the correct COM port and you are ready to code!
Eclipse is an open source IDE that supports many different programming languages – including Arduino. As the tinylab is an Arduino board, we can use it with Eclipse 🙂 Prerequisities As the Eclipse is a little bit of an advanced IDE, there are some things you must fiddle with before getting the Eclipse running on Windows. These are: Java installed … Read More
Scratch is an easy to use programming language specially designed for children. While it is possible to create interactive games, stories and animations, one can use mBlock to program Arduino boards. To start using mBlock go to www.mblock.cc and download the correct version for your operating system. After downloading the zip file, unzip it and click the exe file to install it. After … Read More
Visual Studio is the IDE developed by Microsoft. It has multiple language support, including C, C++, VB.NET and others. It has also plug-in support. This enables users to write their own plug-ins to support different languages. There is an Arduino plug-in available for us to use with tinylab. First, we need to have Visual Studio installed. Currently, the Visual Studio … Read More
Codebender is a simple but very powerful web-based IDE for Arduino. To use it, navigate to codebender.cc and click “Let’s Go” The online instructions will tell you how to use the interface in 6 easy steps. Uploading the code to your tinylab is super simple. After done writing your code, click “Verify Code” button. At the top of the … Read More