chipKIT-core is released for use in Arduino IDE

How to use your chipKIT board in Arduino IDE

Did you ever wish you could program your chipKIT board in Arduino IDE? Well, your prayers have been answered! The chipKIT development team is very excited to announce the release of v1.1.0 of the chipKIT-core software! This is the latest version of the chipKIT software, and it has support for all existing chipKIT boards. It is installed into the Arduino 1.6.7+ IDE, just like any of the other available cores.

Kudos to everyone who helped make this possible!

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Arduino IDE Compatibility – Beta Testing for chipKIT Core

chipKIT News: chipKIT-core beta testing

chipKIT core is ready for beta testers!

The chipKIT platform development team is very excited to announce general availability of a chipKIT-core download that can be used within the latest Arduino™ IDE. You can now program all of the chipKIT boards directly from within the Arduino IDE. The new chipKIT-core is currently available for broad testing, and is actively being updated as issues are identified. The chipKIT platform development team sincerely appreciates all feedback from users who try out this new form of chipKIT development tools.

Along with moving the chipKIT platform into the Arduino IDE, this chipKIT-core also moves the chipKIT platform towards full Arduino 1.6.x API compatibility. The most-used libraries included with the chipKIT platform have already been updated to be compatible with the Arduino 1.6.x library API, and chipKIT platform developers are actively working on bringing the remaining libraries up to the latest API level as well. All of these changes mean that taking your existing Arduino sketch and running it on a chipKIT board is getting easier and easier.

For more information, please visit our chipKIT-core Wiki page!

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