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May 20, 2016, 05:23 pm Last Edit: May 24, 2016, 03:22 pm by 00alis
We have some great news for Maker Faires San Mateo:
You can import your Sketchbook via a .zip file!
What's more, sharing a sketch is now as easy as sharing a link. (See here for an example of how a public shared sketch looks like.)



@OOalis: am I the only one who is not seeing the link to the sample?


May 24, 2016, 03:22 pm Last Edit: May 24, 2016, 03:41 pm by 00alis
Sorry! Added now, to share a sketch click on the three dots by the Upload button and you will reach the Share modal (attached) :)


Also just uploaded to a Chinese CH340 MEGA so I guess you all been busy over there.

Well done to those involved
This is awesome
It may not be the answer you were looking for but its the one I am giving based on either experience, educated guess, google (who would have thunk it ! ) or the fact that you gave nothing to go with in the first place so I used my wonky crystal ball.


My first experience was disappointing as I could not manage to open a sketch I have on my PC .
It actually only imports the first tab but not all the other 20 tabs that where in the sketch.I gave up doing it manually.


Jun 24, 2016, 06:18 am Last Edit: Jun 27, 2016, 07:57 pm by mamu
@arduinomastercomau: interesting, because I imported my zip-file based sketch with 9 parts. One ino, 4 .h, and 4 .cpp files. Worked perfect.


@arduinomastercomau sorry to hear that! Could you please share your zip with us?


July 11 release:
Fixed Plugin discovery for slow connections
Fixed section bug when displaying all files and folders in Sketchbook panel
Fixed save bug with Autosave and Verify w/o saving option in Preferences
Fixed void metadata for examples
Fixed last sketch loading
Fixed download on blank tab on Getting Started flow on Safari
Various CSS fixes on Preview page


July 21 release:
Fixed show examples for just imported library
Fixed navigation for mobile landscape mode
Fixed autoscroll disabled behavior in Serial Monitor
Added 'copy link' and 'open preview' buttons to share popup
Added donate button for users with more than 3 sketches
Fixed homepage navigation link
Sketch now saved all together and fixed file rename bug
Search and filter libraries and examples refactoring
Support for Pro and Pro Mini
Updated tab style


10 August release:
The Arduino Web Editor is now available to anyone with an Arduino ID, no need for an invite anymore :)


August 24 release:
Fixed remote upload on Yun
Fixed issue on AVRdude and Windows PCs
Fixed plugin wrong paused behavior in OOBE on clean machine
Removed logged in check and tip bubble on Getting Started flow
Fixed fullscreen bug on side panels
Fixed wrong Serial Monitor message on board unplugged
Added 'What is Arduino Create' on create.arduino.cc that links to the blogpost (Create tile has also been added to arduino.cc)
Forum is now linking to the specific Create board


September 29 release:

A lot of changes under the hood, hopefully you won't notice anything strange:

- Changed the backend of the custom libraries and examples
- Changed the backend of the compilation of sketches
- New retired category for old libraries

A couple of things that you'll notice instead (and appreciate, hopefully)

- Import of multiple custom libraries at once
- A way to restore an example to its original state after modifications
- A lot of bugfixes about compilation (the Lilypad should work now)


October 20 release:

- Fixed download tool
- Fixed network upload
- Fixed SD library issue
- Fixed fastled library issue
- Fixed contextual menu issue on scroll
- Fixed tabs dropdown when huge number of files
- Implemented examples sharing
- Improved error reporting on compile


October 26 release:

- Microsoft Edge Support (still some issues on serial monitor rendering, so warning message will be displayed for Edge users)
- Added AWS logo (thanks AWS!)
- Fixed board flavour handling
- Fixed issue on import file size limit
- Fixed modals on tablet/mobile
- Fixed issue on toggle search on libraries panel
- Added news on notifications


Nov 23, 2016, 11:48 pm Last Edit: Nov 23, 2016, 11:57 pm by sbenmansour
I don't know if this is really a bug or if I misused the tool as I'm new to Arduino Web Editor, but here I go :
I uploaded a customized version of the IRremote library in which I added a personal remote type, then I included it in my sketch.
But on compilation the tool seems not to take into account my library and uses the one from the Hub ; my added functions are not recognized.
Is there a way to make the compiler prioritize personal libraries over those from the community ?

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