Codebender web-based Arduino coding tool

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Codebender is a web-based programming tool for Arduino. ” Traditionally, you would need to install an IDE, which includes all the necessary software, find and install the correct drivers, set permissions, etc. It can take 10-60 minutes. Or it can be a total mess.

With Codebender, you can program your Arduino straight from your browser. No need to find, install, update and manage libraries and drivers. codebender does that for you. Just install our browser plugin and follow our Getting Started guide. From having an Arduino, to having a programmed Arduino. In mere minutes.”

Best of all, its open source.

For more information or to start programming visit Codebender.

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Comments

  1. Manuel Garbe says:

    Lot of online services interesting nowadays.
    Circuithub to sync electronic symbol libraries (i love it)

    circuits.io what i like it is that’s possible to design with modules already developed

    Codebender here.

    And i think that one is missing in this list.

  2. Parker says:

    Really 10 minutes to install Arduino? Takes all of 30 seconds. It takes longer to register (yes you have to register to use) on Codebender’s site then to install Arduino on a Windows Machine.

    • Drone says:

      I haven’t signed up (probably won’t as it is). But at first glance…

      They collect personal information (verified Email address), plus they require a browser plug-in (potential danger), no way to keep your work private, looks like a pain to upload libraries they don’t already have, no way I can see at first glance to set compile directives (but do Arduino Kiddies even get this?) Is this cloud app serving ads?

      Big issue is no simulator, or am I wrong here?

      Anyway – I don’t want to be a “downer”. This looks like a promising effort. I’ll keep an eye on it. I like the open-source aspect, allows community scrutiny; perhaps. Thanks for the post DP.

      David

      • You’re right on all those points. That said, everyone has your email address, it’s hardly private. The browser plug-in is just a chrome extension to enable serial. Your email probably isn’t private either, and even if you think it is, you’re 99.9% wrong given that you talk to other people using webmail. That is a tangent anyway. The cloud app could serve ads, true, they could also choose to charge for, say, >5 projects. But it’s open source, so if you like, spin up your own AWS instance and go to town.

        It sounds like you’re not generally too keen on cloud apps, which is fine. But for perspective, this sounds like the least objectionable cloud app I’ve seen in the last year, and I’ll be damned if I’m going to roll my own arduino network deployment solution. That’s just NEAT.

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