Online Arduino Programming
Arduino.cc site is the official website of the arduino platform. We can access a lot of information (in English) about Arduino from here and follow new developments.
The Web Editor, which we can use to program Arduino, is also working on this site.
The first thing we need to do in order to use the Arduino web editor is to register and log in to this site. for this;
Click the Sign In button in the upper right corner.
Click on the Create New Account link on the page that opens.
Fill in the form and click the Create Account button.
A verification link will be sent to the e-mail address you specified. Log into your e-mail account and click on the link in the e-mail.
arduino. You will be redirected to the cc site and logged in.
In your next logins, you will be logged into the system when you fill out the Login form by clicking the Sign In link in the upper right.
You can click on one of the links in several parts of the page to access the Arduino Web Editor.
When you enter the editor for the first time, an English text will appear in front of you. If you click yes, it will briefly give you a few hints. Click the one you want.
And here is the Arduino Web Editor. Now let's get to know this tool a little bit.
First of all, let's explain what the warning " No Plugin Connection. Uploading is disabled until you reconnect. Check you Firewall or Antivirus configuration. "
If we were using the Arduino IDE desktop application, the codes we would be prepared on our own computer. However, the codes we prepared while working in the web editor are on the web. Therefore, in order to transfer these codes to our arduino card, a program that will provide communication between our web browser and our card is required.
This program (browser plugin) Arduino Agent Creator is named. You can click here to download the software. Click the Download Plugin button on the page that will open and run the downloaded file and install it.
If we take a look at the Arduino Web Editor screen, we will see that there are menus on the left and the editor on the right where we will write the codes.
The files where the codes we write are stored are called sketches. The extension of the files is .ino.
First of all, let's explain the parts in the left menu:
SketchBook: Used to access our own work. To create a new file, we will click the New Sketch button here.
Examples: We can examine by accessing ready-made code files for example purposes.
Libraries: There are ready-made codes used to perform certain tasks in the library.
Monitor: It is the interface where data transfer is provided with our card connected to the computer. The thing to note here is to set the data transfer rate to be the same as that of the card. (eg 9600 baud)
Preferences: This is the section that contains the settings related to the use of the Arduino web editor.
Now let's examine the Code Editor on the right:
Compile Button: It is the button with a check mark on it. It starts the compilation process of the codes we have written.
Port Selection: It is the list where our Arduino board and the port it is connected to are selected.
Transfer Button: It is used to upload the compiled code to the Arduino board.
Operation Menu: There are operations such as saving, naming, deleting, downloading our work.
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