Posts tagged ‘NetBeans’

Makefile for Arduino 1.0

A while back, I created an Arduino plugin for NetBeans so that I could use the full-fledged NetBeans IDE for all my Arduino projects. The approach I took was using the NetBeans project sample module method. Under the hood though, it is nothing more than a makefile and an source file template. Continue reading ‘Makefile for Arduino 1.0’ »

Arduino Development Using NetBeans

The Arduino development environment is probably the preferred development platform for the majority of Arduino users. It is lean and relatively easy to use. Quite a few examples are at your finger tip and even for people without much programming experience, it is relatively easy to get started. You can write and upload your sketches (programs) without the need to ever leave the IDE. Continue reading ‘Arduino Development Using NetBeans’ »

C++ IDEs Under Linux

So far I have been mainly using KDevelop and Code::Blocks as my C++ development IDEs. Recently, I started using NetBeans IDE for C++ and I started to like it quite a bit. Continue reading ‘C++ IDEs Under Linux’ »