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5 Collaborative Code Sharing Tools Sharing code can be one of the toughest parts of managing a big project: a lot of collaboration tools have a way to share written content and images but they don’t handle code particularly well. But that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck. The following tools make it much easier to share code, whether you just need to pass along a snippet or you need to handle forks of existing projects, and several of them also offer ways to keep code private, with appropriate security measures. Github: Github is one of the most recommended tools for managing code. It offers free repositories for open source projects, as well as inexpensive private repositories, based on the Git version control system. Tools for bug tracking, code review and management are all integrated.

the cardboarduino Inspired by the paperduino, the cardboarduino is a physically larger version (with space for a 9V battery), designed by Allegheny College’s faculty member Matt Jadud, as way to introduce students to the fundamentals of soldering and working with physical computation. The Cardboarduino is intended to be printed, cut out, and glued to the front and back of a piece of 5″ x 6″ piece of posterboard.The builder pokes holes through the posterboard everywhere there is a dot on the top side of the design. It also labels the locations of all of the components, including color bands for the resistors. Studio The professional, open source development tool for the open web It's ready. It's time. Develop and test your entire web application using a single environment. Examples 1. Blink This example is like the "Hello World" of physical computing: Get the code The code for this example is included with Minibloq's current distribution (v0.82.Beta).

The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Arduino Over the Christmas break from work I wanted to learn something new. I’ve been eyeing up Arduino for some time now, and for Christmas I got an Arduino UNO R3 board. What is Arduino? Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Source:

Online Compiler/Interpreter Theme: Replay CodeUse custom input for testing your code Online compiler/interpreter. Collaborate in real-time. Easily share code and video with others. Wiki From Wiki 来自痴汉的爱 [中文] Getting Started Learning Alternative Arduino Interfaces Favorited Favorite 2 Overviewing the Options Arduino is awesome! It’s our go-to electronics education platform, and it’s our top choice for rapid prototyping, but it isn’t for everyone. Maybe it’s the cryptic language, or the Java-based IDE, or maybe it’s just the teal window border – regardless of your reasoning, if you’re trying to escape the Arduino IDE, here are a few alternatives we’d like to share.

Say Hello to Realtime Collaboration Yes! Finally, here's a proper HTML/CSS/JS playground on the internet that's powered with realtime collaboration (multiple people can write code from multiple places/devices and interact). Let me point out the cool features quickly: Realtime Teaching EMF Detector - Aaron ALAI // Aaron ALAI EMF Detector April 22nd 2009 VERSION 1.0// *future note, put in averaging function to average val which should result in a more// smooth response from the led. I will give you a hint on how to make an averaging function;// it involves the use of an array int inPin = 5; // analog 5 int val = 0; // where to store info from analog 5int pin11 = 11; // output of red led void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); }

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