Arduino 1.0 now available.

David MellisNovember 30th, 2011

Arduino 1.0 is now available from the download page.

A long time coming, this release brings small but important changes to clean up the Arduino environment and language – as well as adding lots of additional features. Updates to the environment include a new file extension, toolbar icons, and color scheme as well as a progress bar on compilation and upload. The language changes include modifications to the Serial class, addition of DHCP and DNS support to the Ethernet library, a new SoftwareSerial library, multi-file support in the SD library, modifications to the Wire library and UDP class, etc. For details, please see the release notes or this blog post. We’ll be pushing the updated reference for Arduino 1.0 live in the next day or two.

This release is the product of many people (listed in the release notes). Thank you to everyone who helped us get here!

3 Responses to “Arduino 1.0 now available.”

  1. Arduino 1.0 programming environment and language released « Ponoko – Blog Says:

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  2. Dave Says:

    Arduino 1.0
    None of old code will compile.
    The libraries I used no longer work.
    My previously published programs will no longer compile.
    What a great leap backwards.
    How the hell do you expect new users to understand what’s going on.
    My students and I are confused and disillusioned

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