With Toit, there are two ways to execute code on a device:
Running a program means that the Toit code runs once on an online device. When the program has terminated, the program is removed from the device. This is useful for quickly testing a piece of code. Learn how to run your Toit program here.
Traditional microcontroller programming is usually based on an infinite main loop that implements all your logic. Toit offers a more flexible way of executing code, where a scheduled execution of your program is controlled by a separate specification file. These two files together form an app that can be deployed onto your device. Learn how to install your Toit app here.
To get the best development experience we recommend to use Visual Studio Code with the Toit extension. See more here.