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Artie 3000™ lets you upload code, so you can power up your robot and enjoy more hours of coding fun. Here are two types of downloads you can upload into your Artie 3000 via the Artie User Interface and JavaScript.

Artie User Interface click here for instructions

Download Files for Artie User Interface

You can download these preprogrammed images for Artie to draw. Follow the download directions below to move the files to your desktop or laptop computer.

  1. Choose the image you want to use and click download.
  2. Save the file to a place on your computer where you can find it again easily. For example, on your desktop.
  3. Name your file and click Save.

Upload Program files to the Artie User Interface

  1. Go to the Artie User Interface (Artie UI). Click the Save menu icon and select Upload program.
  2. Find the program file you downloaded from CodeWithArtie.com and click the Open button. The program you upload will appear in the Artie UI sandbox.
  3. Important! You need to save this program right away to add the drawing to Artie's list of programs in the Save menu. The program will be saved on the device you used to upload.

JavaScript on Artie click here for instructions


Upload Program files to the JavaScript User Interface

You can open JavaScript code files copied from CodeWithArtie.com.

  1. Go to CodeWithArtie.com, select the program you want to copy and click the download link
  2. Save the file to a place on your computer where you can find it again easily. For example, save it to your desktop.
  3. Name your file and click Save.
  4. Find the file on your computer and open it.
  5. Highlight all the text in the window and select copy

Open the JavaScript Interface (JavaScript UI) on Artie 3000

You can open files downloaded from CodeWithArtie.com.

  1. Connect to Artie and select JavaScript from the Additional Apps menu.
  2. Click the Clear button at the bottom of the screen to delete any leftover code from the sandbox.
  3. Place your cursor in the sandbox window and select Paste to copy the code into the sandbox.
  4. Save this program right away to keep a copy on the device you are using.
  5. To verify your drawing, turn the Simulate grid on, and click the Run button

Tip: Clicking the square next to Speed Up in the lower right corner of the Simulate grid will make the simulation run faster.