Grab and Go!

First, grab Plumb, which will let you run write occam programs and run them on your Arduino.

Drag-and-drop the app (Mac) or folder (Windows) somewhere, pin it to your dock/start menu. Plug in your Arduino, launch the app, and you’re almost ready to go. Linux users, double-click the “Plumb” app in the “bin” directory after you expand it.

Next Steps

  1. Read our Quickstart Guide and be up-and-running in 3 minutes.
  2. Find out how to use occam on your Arduino and your own choice of text editor.
  3. Check out our list of currently supported Arduino boards.
  4. Plumb is open source; you can check out the repository and contribute.