Also this text you wrote sounds as standard advertising, pure publicity.
That's your best comback?
No, I don't make my living on Arduino, or selling Arduino, or selling shields or whatever.
I don't have any financial gain with regards to how Arduino performs.
What I said is the truth.... and the truth hurts when Bascom can't deliver on most of these points. I picked Arduino because of the easier learning curve, and the fact that it's available on OSX.
Is Bascom also available for OSX?
or do you consider OSX also a "toy" ?Not to mention a good number of libraries available for it.
Yup. Show me on github libraries for Bascom.
I did a search on github and the Bascom results are pathetic.
What libraries/subroutines are available for Bascom? And any C/C++ code out there, can be easily adapted for it.
Object oriented programming is also a big plus.
Pffft.... need I say more. It's the truth. BASIC language will never be C++.
I learned BASIC decades ago... 8th grade.
BASIC is *great* for beginners just starting to learn programming.
B.A.S.I.C. - Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
So you saying Arduino (C++ based) is a toy, while the Bascom (Basic based) isn't, is laughable. It's L to the O.L. Marketing and support
What other companies makes products/libraries for Bascom?
Marketing is non-existent....
except you, the micro-skirt wearing cheerleader -- but you're giving Bascom a bad reputation.
I have no loyalties to the Arduino IDE.
If Bascom is truly better, how can you convince me, in a rational way, to jump-ship and go for the Bascom IDE.