Announce: AtomVM 0.5.0
Sun Apr 17 16:18:25 CEST 2022
As a follow up, we have extracted our example programs into a self-contained and growing github repo with minimal dependencies. For example, if you have flashed the AtomVM image to an ESP32 device, you can simply use rebar3 to build and flash your applications, making the compile/flash/debug cycle you experience on embedded devices fairly painless.
GitHub - atomvm/atomvm_examples: [AtomVM example programs](https://github.com/atomvm/atomvm_examples)
> On Apr 17, 2022, at 10:15 AM, Fred Dushin <fred@REDACTED> wrote:
> Apologies for the oversight on not announcing this on this email list:
> Hello Erlangers and Makers!
> After many months of work, we are happy to announce version 0.5.0 of the AtomVM virtual machine, a lightweight implementation of the BEAM for small and cheap microcontrollers!
> This release of AtomVM is our first development preview release. We are still shaking out some of the rough edges, but we feel the release is stable enough for intrepid developers to get started with simple Erlang or Elixir programs.
> A binary image of ESP32 release can be found in the download section of the [AtomVM web page](https://atomvm.net <https://atomvm.net/>).
> The git repository and tarballs of the AtomVM source release for all other platforms can be found on our [GitHub project page](https://github.com/atomvm <https://github.com/atomvm>).
> Documentation of the AtomVM virtual machine, including a Getting Started Guide, can be found at the [AtomVM Documentation page](https://doc.atomvm.net <https://doc.atomvm.net/>)
> Many thanks go to Davide Bettio, for creating such a fine work of software, as well as the contributors and testers who have helped make this release possible.
> The AtomVM team
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