In March 2021, Arduino released the IDE 2.0 beta after a couple of years of work. This beta constituted a major overhaul of the 16-year-old programme. By any measure, Version 2.0 is not a small upgrade. Theia, a cloud and desktop IDE platform, was used to replace the Java environment. Theia is an open source, modular, and cutting-edge platform. The feature set offered in the 2.0 IDE is approximately the same from the user's perspective. Tools like the Serial Monitor and Serial Plotter are still available and have been improved in terms of quality of life.
The #ArduinoIDE 2.0 is now out of beta! Take a look at the IDE 2.0 Release Candidate, and find out how you can contribute to the first stable version. 💻https://t.co/MwLX5pqtbF pic.twitter.com/MsWxPeQ8mY— Arduino (@arduino) December 13, 2021
This version, like the previous one, is still an open-source project. The arduino-ide GitHub repository contains the source code and revision history. This version, like the previous one, is still an open-source project. The arduino-ide GitHub repository contains the source code and revision history.
Localization into languages other than English is now possible, according to Arduino. Remember that you may contribute to the Arduino IDE translation via Transifex.
Now is the time to upgrade to Arduino IDE 2.0 RC.