Two weeks ago, Teo from microcontroller-projects shared a document that shows how the Arduino IDE identifies individual pins on clicker 2 for PIC32MX. There is a new update to this document, now compatible with the Buggy.
The microcontroller-project has a document that you can check out if you want to see a new set of definitions that make the Buggy work in Arduino IDE. You can download the first pin chart from their page in PDF. And we didn’t mention our previous article on clicker 2 for PIC32 for nothing, as this project builds upon the last pin chart.
The article includes a small sketch that shows how the blinking of the lights work in Arduino, as a sort of friendly invitation that shows you that this isn’t complicated and scary.
In case you haven’t seen our Buggy yet, you can check it out at this link.