Over the weekend the official Arduino website has announced the launch of its new Arduino Create, which takes the shape of a new one-stop shop for makers and developers to learn about, purchase and get started creating Arduino projects.
Arduino has partnered with Amazon Web Services to power the new Arduino Create ecosystem that include a Project Hub, Arduino Store, Forum, Cloud and more. Arduino co-founder Massimo Banzi explains more.
By adopting AWS IoT and AWS Lambda for our IoT Cloud infrastructure, we provide Arduino Cloud and Arduino Web Editor users with a secure, reliable, and highly scalable environment that will enable Makers to connect their projects to the Internet and manage them through the Cloud.
With Arduino Create, you can tap into the power of the community on the Arduino Project Hub by browsing a collection of projects and then making them your own. You can share your creations, along with step-by-step guides, schematics, references, and receive feedback from others.
Despite your skill level, Arduino Create features in-depth guided flows to help easily configure online services like the Web Editor and Cloud. There’ll even be an additional learning component via Arduino’s popular Creative Technologies in the Classroom (CTC) educational program in the near future that will spark collaboration between teachers and their students.
For more information on the new Arduino Create portal and store jump over to the new website for details via the link below. If you enjoyed this article you are sure to enjoy how to build your very own Arduino wind speed meter or anemometer project which is easy to build with basic Arduino skills.