Microsoft Visual Studio & Visual Micro


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Thanks to Visual Micro pug-in you can code and work with Arduino on Microsoft Visual Studio. The main advantages are the following:

  • A great IDE to work with every models of Arduino boards
  • Advanced autocomplete functions
  • Advanced real-time debugging

As you probably know, with the Arduino IDE you need to initialize Serial Communication and print on the Serial Monitor the variables to watch what happends inside the Arduino.
With Visual Micro you don't need to write extra code anymore! You only need to press F9 on selected line and you have set a breakpoint. With right-click you can personalize the breackpoint with funtions like "Location", "Condition", "Hit Count", "Filter", "When Hit" and so on.

I have 6 LEDs and 2 for-cycles that switch on and off my LEDs. I want to know which values take the temporary variables of my cycles.

With Visual Studio IDE + Visual Micro


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