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tutorials:get_started:get_started_in_arduino [2017/07/14 17:11]
olmerg [Using Boards Manager]
tutorials:get_started:get_started_in_arduino [2019/06/21 06:48]
wemos [Requirements]
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 ===== Requirements ===== ===== Requirements =====
-  * [[:​downloads|CH340G]] driver(for [[products:​d1:​d1|D1]]/​[[products:​d1:​d1_mini|D1 mini]]/​[[products:​d1:​d1_mini_lite|D1 mini Lite]]) +  * [[:​downloads|CH340G]] driver
-  * [[https://​www.silabs.com/​products/​mcu/​Pages/​USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx|CP2104]] driver(for [[products:​d1:​d1_mini_pro|D1 mini Pro]])+
   * Python 2.7   * Python 2.7
 ===== Install Arduino ===== ===== Install Arduino =====
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 ===== Installing Hardware package ===== ===== Installing Hardware package =====
-There are two ways to install Hardware package. It is recommended to use git version. 
-==== Using git version ==== 
-  * Clone repository into [[tutorials:​tips:​sketchbook_directory|Sketchbook_directory]]/​hardware/​esp8266com/​esp8266 directory (or clone it elsewhere and create a symlink), you may need to create the hardware directory if it does not exist. 
  
-  * <code bash> +[[https://​github.com/​esp8266/​Arduino]]
-cd hardware +
-mkdir esp8266com +
-cd esp8266com +
-git clone https://​github.com/​wemos/​Arduino_D1.git ​esp8266 +
-</code> +
- +
-  * You should end up with the following directory structure:​ +
-  * <code bash> +
-─┬ ​Arduino +
- ​└─┬ hardware +
-   ​└─┬ esp8266com +
-     ​└─┬ esp8266 +
-       ​├── bootloaders +
-       ​├── cores +
-       ​├── doc +
-       ​├── libraries +
-       ​├── package +
-       ​├── tests +
-       ​├── tools +
-       ​├── variants +
-       ​├── platform.txt +
-       ​├── programmers.txt +
-       ​├── README.md +
-       ​├── boards.txt +
-       ​├── LICENSE +
-</​code>​ +
-  * Download binary tools(You need Python 2.7) +
-  * <code bash> +
-cd esp8266/​tools +
-python get.py +
-</​code>​ +
-  * Restart the Arduino IDE +
-==== Using Boards Manager ==== +
-  * Start Arduino and open Preferences window. +
-  * Enter <​code></​code>​ into Additional Board Manager URLs field. You can add multiple URLs, separating them with commas. +
-  * Open Boards Manager from Tools > Board menu and install esp8266 platform. +
- +
-write this url : http://​arduino.esp8266.com/​versions/​2.3.0/​package_esp8266com_index.json+
 ===== Configure Board ===== ===== Configure Board =====
 After install hardware package, you will see WEMOS boards in the Tools→Board:​xxx After install hardware package, you will see WEMOS boards in the Tools→Board:​xxx
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