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See a demonstration of creating an "SOS" flasher from scratch.

Welcome to Swift for Arduino (TM)!

A world first! The Swift for Arduino IDE allows you to write simple programs using a light-weight version of Swift, suitable for microcontrollers. There is a class library that allows standard functions. The compiler is built from the open source swift compiler and an experimental build of the open source LLVM project.

The IDE has smarts to try to search for potential issues, plus fully integrated build and upload and much more.

Our Facebook page is : here, see some fun demos and get involved in the community.

Our Twitter page is: here

Get involved in the community and see more sample code here: Community

See a video of the launch talk from 10th August 2017 at Code Node, Skills Matter: Video : Slides



At this time the product only supports Arduino UNO. See help for more info.

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