Has Anyone Used the Arduino Web Editor?


#1


https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

How did you like it?


#2

@adam @kreggly @tad.dvor @ebtenorio @Neoxelox @eptak @samarchri @spacefolder @laurencehr @vapor83 @rsiegel @shramiksalgaonkar


#3

@bestes the 1st thing i was not able to add the additonal board url for esp8266, so dint go any further.:-1:


#4

Off Topic!

I do, but not in the way it was intended for :grin:
I use it as a scratch pad to type ideas while I´m at work, etc. It´s great for that, as it “color codes” the sketch. IMO it´s better than just a notepad, or email.

Cheers!


#5

I used the Particle web IDE and was not a fan but I’d be willing to give it a shot for my next sketch and I’ll post back.


#6

Sometimes it is used, mainly at school or on foreign computers, and for backup of my codes.


#7

I’ll play with it some more in my day to day use to get a more informed opinion, but my initial impression is that it’s way easier to manage multiple sketch files with this (the desktop IDE is conspicuously missing a ‘Window’ menu). That said I sort of prefer native desktop software for speed, so we’ll see how this grows on me.


#8

I used it once, but I have not impressed! In my opinion, it is not fast and simple as the desktop IDE;)


#9

I remember that I heard about it some time ago, but wasn’t released yet hehehe, I will try definitely. Maybe is more like ‘codebender’ (I really miss that web editor u.u)


#10

My favourite combo for the moment is…
Arduino IDE + Sublime Text as external editor.

Main screen for Sublime, secondary display with Arduino IDE + Serial Monitor
:sunglasses:


#11

The same


#12

I did at one point. Seemed to work well enough for basic stuff.


#13

same as @ognqn.chikov


#14

I have used it before but only a couple times. Seems to work good. I use it when i’m on someone else’s computer. I mainly use PlatformIO because it has auto code formatting and completion which is handy.


#15

I will try this. I haven’t used the Web editor yet.


#16

Personally, I like to use a full featured IDE like the FREE Visual Studio Community 2017:

Then build your projects using the FREE Visual Micro integration:

http://www.visualmicro.com/

Takes a little more effort to setup, but worth it IMHO.

You can then install the GitHub extension, and get your Cayenne libraries directly from https://github.com/myDevicesIoT:

Cheers,

Craig