Good day, guys. Today we are going to talk about the Arduino IDE. We write the code in it, check for errors, and upload it to the Board. You can download this Arduino IDE from the link below. (1st lesson)
Before writing the code, let’s create the settings and identify the necessary things.
For that, first, go to Files and go to References. Now go to Additional Board Manager below and mention this link there.
Now close it. Then go to Include Library in Sketch and go to Manage Libraries. Now you can download the required Libraries from here. Libraries are some files created with Arduino sensors or made easy to work with. We specify these in the code by writing #include at the beginning of the word. For example:
The upload here is to send the coded program to the Arduino board.
Now go to Tools Menu. After clicking on Board, you can select Board Manager. That way, you can download driver software related to our Board. For example, a nodeMCU can be connected by installing esp8266.
And after clicking the Port in the Tools menu, the USB port of the Board connected to our computer will be displayed.
Another unique feature of this Arduino IDE is the Serial Monitor. By this Serial.println(“Message”); Values obtained by Sensors are also used to print the things printed by this method.
Like other IDEs, the Arduino IDE also has a separate panel below to display Errors. Errors will be displayed in red.
I hope this is clear to you. Let’s start the programming in the next part. That’s goodbye for today. Don’t forget to leave comments, suggestions, and shortcomings. Good day