Rainyhere I am very interested as my PC is in the middle of dying on me.
Hi.I'm interested in the AdaFruit libraries for chromeduino compiler. In particular, I would very much like the NeoPixel and LSM303 libraries. I'm using the AdaFruit FLORA platform.Thank you very much for this very useful piece of software.Best regards,mbs
This is fantastic! I can't tell you how happy I am that you decided to make this. I absolutely love my Samsung Chromebook 2 and use it for pretty much everything these days and this really does make it complete for me. Haha. I look forward to all your future updates and hope that you'll continue with the project well into the future. Thanks again!
Try codebender.cc: "online development & collaboration platform for Arduino users, makers and engineers""Code: Awesome editor, fast cloud-based compiler, helpful error reporting. Code faster and easier"Deploy: Connect your Arduino via USB, or program your Arduino Ethernet remotely over the network."Share: Share your work, search for existing projects and clone them, or collaborate with others.I have not tried it myself but it's probably your best bet if you want to do Arduino development with only a smartphone, tablet, or chromebook.
Just one final update -- I now have a Chrome OS application that runs a local IDE, sends the sketch off for compiling on a remote server, and then takes the Intel Hex result and programs the Arduino locally. Takes just a few seconds for the round trip.It does require Internet access for the Chrome App, but it works surprisingly well. Library support is very possible, but not written yet. this new project might take a week or two to wrap up.If you are interested, let me know, and I can set you up with a test account.