Does anyone know how to program Arduino/stm32 using vscode?

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  • arduino-cli

    Arduino command line tool

  • There's a vscode extension you can install that uses the arduino backend to compile and upload new sketches. You'll have to have the IDE/CLI already installed. If you want to avoid the IDE entirely I'd recommend the CLI available on github here and the instructions for the vscode extension can be found on circuitstate here. Good luck!

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