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 ====== Programming with Particle ====== ====== Programming with Particle ======
  
-An official update shouldn'​t be to far away, but in the mean time, if you feel adventurous,​ you can try out the Particle Build IDE, as it now appears that a working core is finally onlineHowever, please note that at the time of writing (1 Nov 2016), virtually no Oak specific libraries are available for use, and you may have difficulty including Particle-provided libraries.+The Oak is now supported by the Particle Build IDE!
  
-<​del>​The ​Oak Platform ​for Particle ​is not completely ready yet the Oak currently uses the Particle ​Cloud for uploads ​and all other cloud features, but is not yet supported in the Particle ​Web or Desktop IDEs+Please note that there are very few Oak specific libraries are available ​for use, and you may have difficulty including ​Particle-provided libraries. Please submit/​request more Oak specific or Oak compatible libraries via the Particle ​IDE Libraries tab. 
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 +===== First Time Usage: ===== 
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 +If you are using a new Oak that has never received its initial update you must complete this tutorial first: Connecting your Oak for the first time 
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 +===== Particle Build IDE ===== 
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 +Go to [[https://​build.particle.io]] 
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 +Login using the Particle.io user name and password you setup when you registered your Oak. 
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 +Select the Oak you'd like to program from the devices tab within ​the Particle ​IDE.
  
-Support for the Oak is promised, but no ETA is given.</​del>​ 
  
-Please use the Arduino IDE for programming for the time being: [[oak:​tutorials:​arduino]] 
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