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#ArduinoIDE 2.0 Release Candidate (RC)

 The Arduino IDE 2.0 Release Candidate (RC) is now available. There are a multitude of methods to contribute to this exciting new release, whether you're an Arduino power user or novice to microcontroller coding.

#ArduinoIDE 2.0 Release Candidate (RC)

The Arduino IDE 2.0 is now available for download.

Since the beta of Arduino IDE 2.0 was published, it seems like only two minutes have passed. It happened at the beginning of March, to be exact. It's finally ready to move on from beta, and you can download the current release candidate version right now.

And this is a critical step, not only because of the exciting new features that are included (see below). It's here that the Arduino community enters the picture. It's where you may use your technological prowess to assist us in fine-tuning the release candidate.

For one thing, there is support for localization. Everyone benefits from any and all assistance in creating the greatest possible experience in many languages. It is, after all, an essential component of really user-centric software. So, please put your linguistic abilities to good use by contributing translations to Transifex.

This crowd-sourced approach is used to evaluate both the functionality and the localization. We have a feedback form where you may tell us about any and all modifications you think IDE 2.0 RC requires. The forum, of course, is also available. Join us there if you have any bug reports or adjustments that require a more rapid, conversational report.

Finally, keep in mind that the IDE is now based on web technologies such as HTML and Typescript (rather than Java), thus anybody is welcome to contribute to its development. You may check out the GitHub repository here.

What's new in IDE 2.0 Release Candidate?

The serial plotter comes first. You may use this to import data from your boards and projects and see it as waveforms on a graph. You may even print numerous variables at the same time to see them all on one graph.

A high-performance serial monitor is included to aid in your debugging efforts. It's also useful for keeping track of the progress of your boards and/or projects, and it's been re-engineered for maximum usage.

As previously stated, localization into languages other than English is now possible. Remember that you may contribute to the Arduino IDE translation via Transifex.

As a result, please update to Arduino IDE 2.0 RC right away. Then you may start working on the first, completely stable version of the second-generation platform with us.

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