Kinoma Code is a fresh take on the IDE, with a speed and simplicity that makes scripting apps for IoT devices accessible even to novice programmers.
Kinoma Code organizes all of its functions into six activity tabs: Projects, Debugger, Devices, Samples, Documentation, and Net Scanner. Developers quickly switch between activities to focus on the different phases of the development process.
Kinoma Code automatically builds a list of supported hardware on the local network. Developers just pick the device to target and click to run an application on it.
The Projects activity is where developers create and edit their code.
The Devices activity manages, configures, and explores hardware devices. Developers use a simple graphical user interface instead of a complex command line to interact with devices on the network.
The Samples activity lets developers browse and run more than 100 sample application projects.
The Documentation activity gathers together the technical documentation for building applications for Kinoma Element and Kinoma Create.
The Net Scanner activity is a tool for discovering network services available on the local network.