This is a web-version of a tutorial chapter embedded right into the XOD IDE.
To get a better learning experience we recommend to install the
or start the
, and you’ll see the same tutorial there.
What you’ve just learned about making nodes is totally sufficient for day-to-day xoding.
If you are interested in a more in-depth guide on creating nodes, check out the docs on xod.io. There you will learn about creating nodes in C++, testing them using tabtests and wrapping existing Arduino libraries.
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