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= Recommended reading
What is Visual Micro?
How the Software Tools Work Together
Visual Studio or Atmel Studio?
Your First Project
Creating a New Project
Opening an Existing Arduino Sketch
Setting up your Board Model and Connection
Compiling, Uploading, and Running your Sketch
Dealing With Compiler Errors
Adding and Deleting Source Files
Adding Libraries to your Sketch
Renaming Source Files and Projects
About Projects and Solutions
Project Properties Reference
Handling Non-US-ASCII characters
About .INO and .CPP files
Navigating Through Your Code, Exploring Your Code
The Output Window
Opening the Project Properties Window
The Visual Micro Explorer
The Serial Monitor Window
The Serial Monitor Options Button
Using Multiple Serial Monitors
Debugging your Arduino Sketch
How to Stop your Sketch, Recompile, and Run
Working with Breakpoints
Controlling breakpoints code halting behavior
The Breakpoint Window
Debugging with Different Ports, Pins and Speeds
How Tracepoints Influence the Execution Speed of Your Sketch
The Tools menu
Tools > Options Settings Reference
Frequently Asked Questions
This documentation describes the functionality of Visual Micro. Visual Micro is an add-in to Microsoft Visual Studio and Atmel Studio which both are based on the Microsoft Visual Studio technology.
Visual Micro is a versatile and powerful add-in to Microsoft Visual Studio and Atmel Studio which both are based on the Microsoft Visual Studio technology. This documentation is focused solely on Visual Micro itself and does
not address the basic concepts of Visual Studio/Atmel Studio.
Understanding the basic concepts of Visual Studio and/or Atmel Studio by way of HELP documentation within each application, will help you get the full benefit of the combination of these programs with Visual Micro.
Last edited Jul 14 at 9:28 PM by visualmicro, version 61