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All Forums => Wiring News => Topic started by: rei_vilo on May 25, 2016, 06:24:42 AM

Title: Is Wiring Back?
Post by: rei_vilo on May 25, 2016, 06:24:42 AM
According to Sneak peek: Arduino’s Primo and Primo Core IoT duo (http://hackerboards.com/arduino-srl-primo-and-primo-core-iot-duo/), Arduino.ORG is working again with Hernando Barragán, the initiator of the Wiring framework, on which Arduino and Energia are based.

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“Developing the Arduino IDE for the Primo and Primo Core is our main focus right now,” continues Giori. “In other words, the ‘Hello World’ of Arduino is to blink an LED (blinky sketch) and if you download that same sketch that runs on an Uno to your Primo, it will ‘just work’. The big effort for Arduino software developers is that this board does so much more than an Uno. The number of libraries and APIs has to therefore grow accordingly. Our software developers coordinate with Hernando Barragan, the author of Wiring which became the Arduino IDE, so our goal of course is to maintain the ease-of-use principle as we expand the core libraries."

Nice to see Wiring back! Should we expect Wiring++?