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    Default Is the Arduino IDE becoming eol ?

    What is your go to for sketch/firmware creation?

    Arduino
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    Default Re: Is the Arduino IDE becoming eol ?

    I'm still old-school Arduino IDE. However, cloud-based is taking over. For ESP that is all fine and good, but for a vanilla Uno or Nano I don't see a whole lot that cloud buys you. When you develop on the Particle Photon, cloud-based is the only development option they offer, and that thing is painful.

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    Visual Studio is my goto. I do not particularly like the hacked up Arduino classes.


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    I've used Visual Studio Code, as well as Visual Studio (with Visual Micro addon).

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    I usually use Atmel Studio as I rarely use the Arduino wrappers and program the hardware in plain C instead.
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