Independence from Old Code
July 5th, 2015
It’s the Fourth of July again, which is America’s independence day for my non-US friends, and it’s time for some code cleaning. I’ve built several open source projects over the last year and it’s time to shut some of them down. Out with the old to make way for the new. Let’s review, shall we?
Electron 0.4 beta 3
October 20th, 2014
I am unhappy to announce the release of Electron 0.4 beta 3.
Electron 0.3 Released
August 6th, 2014
I’m happy to announce the release of Electron 0.3. While there are a few under the hood improvements, the big news is a *brand new user interface*. We’ve rewritten the UI from scratch using Angular JS. This will make Electron more stable and easier to improve in the future.
August 2nd, 2014
Now that OSCON is over I can get back to working on Electron. That means a new version is coming, and by far the biggest change will be a brand new user interface. I had posted an early preview here but that's now completely out of date. You see, I discovered a new framework.
Electron 0.2 Released
July 4th, 2014
I’m happy to announce Electron 0.2. We’ve done a lot of work to improve the
compiler and library tools. The biggest news is Windows and Linux
support. Also, you don’t need to pre-install the regular Arduino IDE anymore.
Electron will auto-download it’s own copy of the required toolchain. Here’s the
Introducing Electron, a new IDE for Arduino
June 17th, 2014
I love the Arduino platform. I have official boards and lots of derivatives. I love how it makes hardware hacking so accessible. But there’s one thing I hate: the IDE. It’s ugly. It’s ancient. It has to go.