Apr 24.2020Version: 1.9.0
Arduino for Linux development boards are completely open-source, allowing users to build them independently and adapt them to their needs.
Arduino for Linux was reviewed by Ionut Tutica
The development of electronic devices is much easier thanks to Arduino for Linux, which is an open-source electronic platform, based on software and hardware, on which other easily accessible electronic accessories can be attached, and is aimed mainly at anyone who wants to carry out interactive projects.
Over the years, the Arduino for Linux development boards have been the brain of tens of thousands of complex scientific projects.
There are many examples that you can do practically, if there is electronic equipment that needs to be controlled in any way, Arduino for Linux can do it.
The Arduino for Linux platform needs a USB connection to the computer to upload the software code you wrote for the project. At the same time, Arduino for Linux uses a simplified version of C ++, which is in fact the basis of programming and thus makes it much easier to learn programming.
In conclusion, for the Arduino for Linux boards there is no limit to the development of projects, follow the tutorials on the internet and surely your next project with Arduino for Linux will make you happy.
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+ Arduino for Linux has been in our software catalog since Aug 30.2017.
+ The current version is 1.9.0 updated to Apr 24.2020.
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