Getting started


cuwire installation requires Arduino IDE 1.5.8 or later installed.

Install how to

cuwire can be installed for command line usage and as plugin for Brackets IDE.

Command line usage

Please install nodejs if you don’t have it installed already. Then, open terminal app and launch

npm install -g cuwire

Basic commands is compile, upload, ports, boards

For example, to compile and upload your sketch to plugged in Arduino Uno, go to sketch folder and run:

cuwire upload -b uno

You can see detailed guide and more examples at Cli guide section of documentation

Plugin for Brackets IDE

Please install Brackets if you don’t have it installed already.

install plugin

After installation, you’ll see round orange icon on brackets sidebar. Click on this icon and you will get an access to cuwire panel.

cuwire panel

Using this panel you can select target board to compile sketch and target port to upload firmware. Gear icon allow you to set custom location for Arduino IDE and some other params.

You can see features showcase at GUI Features section of documentation.