It's been a few months since the new tool was unveiled Arduino Create that was trying to be an IDE for Arduino but in the Cloud in such a way that we will only need a web browser to be able to work with the Arduino board and we will even be able to share projects without having to carry files or local configurations, we only need Internet access.
Arduino Create has finally been released for 100 users requesting the beta of the program. This is by way of invitation as Google did years ago with its email service. The invitation request can be made through this link, you only need to register.
To celebrate this launch, the Arduino Project has created a promotional video who tries to talk about the benefits of his project as well as the Arduino Create tool although he claims that the offline tool, that is, the Arduino IDE will continue to be supported and developed since there are still many people who do not have access to the Internet.
Arduino Create will be composed of two parts, two programs, one that will be installed as a browser plugin and that will make Arduino Create communicate with the computer and with the computer's USB ports and another part that will be the same program on La Nube, to which we will only need the connection to access it.
In addition there is talk of a development for Google Chrome that would make the browser have the functionality of Arduino Create with a single button in the browser, something interesting if we consider that Chrome is the basis for Chrome OS, an operating system that many students have in their daily classes. And it seems that this new tool is focused on everything in the educational world where Internet access is already predominant and makes handling Arduino boards much easier. Hopefully soon it is for everyone.