What’s new for Pi & ARM in 3.4


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Processing 3.4 is out of the oven. Here’s the build for ARM as well as our pre-configured Raspbian image. See our steps how to get started with this those. Hope you enjoy!

What’s new in 3.4:

  • IO: New example sketch showing how to use ADS1X15 Analog-to-Digital converters (e.g. ADS1015 or ADS1115 from Adafruit)

What was new in 3.3.7.2:

  • IO: Make I2C errors more descriptive

What was new in 3.3.7.1:

  • IO: pinMode() can now set pull-up and pull-down resistors on Raspbian (thanks to @xranby for 64-bit help)
  • IO: New example sketch showing how to use a MPR121 capacitive touch sensor (fun tutorial by @msurguy forthcoming)
  • IO: New example sketch showing how to use a BME280 environmental sensor (contributed by @OlivierLD)
  • IO: New example sketch showing how to use a TSL2561 light sensor (contributed by @OlivierLD)
  • IO: New example sketch showing how to use a PCA9685 Servo & PWM controller (contributed by @OlivierLD)
  • IO: pinMode() got faster
  • IO: I2C now supports talking to slower devices, such as Arduino boards
  • Support for ARM Mali graphics was added to P2D/P3D (thanks to seongwook from the forums for his help during bringup)
  • P3D now supports up to 4 lights on Pi using their OpenGL driver
  • Serial library now supports Raspbian’s port naming (such as “/dev/serial0”)
  • Processing on ARM can now export applications for Microsoft Windows

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