Arduino IDE is simple!
There are many development platforms for ESP32 (ESP-WROOM-32). In some situations, using Linux or cygwin in Windows are quite intimidating for beginners. Using Arduino IDE is a more user-friendly approach.
Enter the following URL in the new pop-up window.
You should see this progress window:
After the input is completed, click OK.
After adding the mainboard URL of ESP32 (ESP-WROOM-32) to Arduino IDE, we need to update the board list, and use Arduino IDE to download ESP32 (ESP-WROOM-32) libraries.
Open Tools->Development board->Development board manager, as shown below:
After opening the development board manager, the board list will automatically be updated, as can be seen below:
Select “ESP32 (ESP-WROOM-32)” and click “Install”. The manager will automatically download the relevant libraries.
Open tools->development board，select Firefly-ESP32 mainboard, as shown in the following:
Navigate to Tools > Board and Select Firefly-ESP32 from the list.
Please Note: If you haven’t installed ESP32 (ESP-WROOM-32) mainboard you will not see the board in the list, so be sure you follow the steps above to install it first.
Open File->Example->Basics->Blink, as shown in the following:
Click the button to start compiling.
Hi - thanks for the post, but I'm not sure I understand quite sure what this has to do with Espruino?
This appears to be a complete repost of an instructables post, presumably designed to bring users to dfrobot's website?
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