These are the instructions for programming Croduino Basic3 from Arduino IDE. The settings are very simple and quick! The following instructions refer to Croduino Basic3. If you have another Croduino, find the instructions here.
Step 1: Driver installation
If you have not used our boards so far, first you will have to install the drivers for CH340. Find the instructions here.
Step 2: Arduino IDE installation
Likewise, if you have not used Arduino IDE so far, you will have to install it too. Find the instructions here.
Step 3: Arduino IDE configuration and upload
You just need to set up Arduino IDE. Two settings are important: board and serial port. Both menus are located under Tools.
Under Tools -> Board, you must select Arduino Nano.
Under Tools -> Port, you must select a COM with the largest number next to it (COM4 in our example). In Linux, the port will be named ttyUSB0, and in MacOS /dev/tty.wchusbserial.
Right after the setup, you are ready for the upload!