This is a simple editor to be used on the Raspberry Pi (or anywhere?).
This is a simple editor designed to help learn the Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone components, and more. This editor is designed solely for use on your secure private network as of now.
The WebIDE installer is currently targeting Debian Stretch (latest Raspbian) installations only.
On the Raspberry PI or BeagleBone Black (after expanding the file system):
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adafruit/Adafruit-WebIDE/master/scripts/install.sh | sudo sh
Alternatively, you can install using the .deb file:
curl -O https://adafruit-download.s3.amazonaws.com/adafruitwebide-0.3.12-Linux.deb sudo dpkg -i adafruitwebide-0.3.12-Linux.deb sudo apt-get -f install
Note: As part of the installation process, the 'webide' user is given access to sudo and sudoers,
similar to the 'pi' user. This is needed in order to easily access GPIO pins from the Editor.
If you don't need these features, feel free to manually install the editor below.
Note: This is also the default installation for any Debian or Ubuntu operating systems
Follow along in the installation script and pick and choose the components you'd like to install.
Debian (Raspberry PI and BeagleBone Black):
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adafruit/Adafruit-WebIDE/master/scripts/uninstall.sh | sudo sh
Follow along in the uninstallation script and pick and choose the components you'd like to remove.
Using Firefox or Chrome (and likely any other webkit browser) on any computer in your internal network:
If for any reason you need to restart the editor, you can execute the following commands in order
sudo systemctl restart adafruit-webide sudo systemctl start adafruit-webide
Sudo is required to restart due to the editor running as the 'webide' user.
sudo systemctl status adafruit-webide
Logs are in syslog: /var/log/syslog
The editor is licensed with AGPL Version 3. http://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.html