You can write and upload sketches on Chrome OS with the Web Editor in Arduino Cloud. The Web Editor has an extensive feature set similar to the desktop IDE. While many popular boards are compatible, you should check the list of compatible boards here.
Install Arduino Cloud for Chromebook
To use Arduino boards on Chromebook, you need to install the Arduino Cloud for Chromebook app. This app handles serial communication with the board, and is replacing the previous Chrome Apps.
Follow these steps to install Arduino Cloud for Chromebook:
- Open Arduino Cloud for Chromebook (Google Play)
- Click the Install button on the page.
- Choose the device and click Install.
- Find the app in the Launcher to open it.
- Sign into your Arduino account
The currently supported boards include:
- Arduino UNO R4 Minima
- Arduino UNO R4 WiFi
- Arduino UNO (R3 and older revisions)
- Arduino MKR WiFi 1010
- Arduino Nano 33 IoT
- Arduino RP2040 Connect
- Arduino UNO WiFi Rev2
Use the Web Editor
Go to create.arduino.cc/editor.
If you’re not signed into an Arduino account, you will be asked to do so.
Connect a compatible board to a USB port on your computer.
Select your board in the Boards Dropdown.
Start writing a new sketch in the editor, or use a sketch from the Examples sidebar.
Learn more about the Web Editor: