First, the website picked up a big refresh today. That’s a win. It will take time to make sure everything is ticking over nicely, but I’m looking forward to the process; we were still learning Jekyll with the last rev, and it’s a bit more straight-forward now.
More importantly, we have some new tools, and those, too, will be easier to improve and manage over the coming weeks and months.
You must plug your Arduino in before starting Plumb. Choose the code you want to send to your Arduino, and then hit “Run.”
If you want to see some instructional/educational example code, use the “Examples” menu.
The example code can be edited and run directly from within Plumb. Keep in mind, this is not a programming environment; if you want to save your work, you’ll need to copy-paste and do your programming somewhere else.