Arduino Command Line Interface Is Here!

By on September 8, 2018
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Only a few days ago, Arduino announced on his website the availability of the Arduino CLI on both ARM and Intel (x86, x86_64) architectures. This means you can install Arduino CLI on a Raspberry Pi or on your servers, and use it to compile Sketches targeting the board of your choice.

The Arduino CLI code repository is also available at: https://github.com/arduino/arduino-cli.
As usual, it’s open source – but if you’re a company who wants to use it to create a customized tool, you can also contact Arduino for a commercial license.

The Arduino team has been working hard to support the needs of our professional developer community. Many of you requested a way to use our tools in Makefiles, and wanted Arduino IDE features available via a fast, clean command line interface. How cool would it be to install project dependencies with:

So that’s what we’ve done! To make it even cooler, most Arduino CLI commands have the option to output JSON for easy parsing by other programs:



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