Use Arduino CLI to Flash Arduino Board

Introduction: Use Arduino CLI to Flash Arduino Board

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Nowadays, Makers, Developers are preferring Arduino for rapid development of the prototyping of projects.
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino has very good user community. Arduino board design uses variety of controllers which includes(AVR Family, nRF5x Family and fewer STM32 controllers and ESP8266/ESP32). Board has multiple Analog and Digital Input/Output pins. Board contains USB to Serial Converter as well which helps to program the controller.

In this article we will see how to use Arduino CLI feature to program Arduino boards.
Arduino CLI is command line interface where we can write the code in any text editor and compile the code using commands in CLI interface and flash the board too.

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Step 1: Code for CLI

Here is github which for arduino-cli
https://github.com/arduino/arduino-cli

Step 2: Tutorial to Install CLI

Step 3: Required Components

Required Components:

Raspberry Zero W
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Arduino UNO
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Arduino Nano

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Step 4: Software

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