Serial is a modern terminal emulator designed to make working with servers, network equipment, and embedded hardware easier for engineers and system administrators.
For system administrators, Serial supports the all-important break sequence required when working with routers and switches. Serial also includes a full-featured terminal emulator, allowing you to work with the screen-based menus found in network equipment and Unix programs including the text editors vi and emacs.
Makers and engineers will appreciate Serial's built-in support for embedded devices including the Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, and thousands of others. Serial includes several useful features for working with these devices including the ability to reset an Arduino, and the ability to connect to a BeagleBone over USB directly or through the on-board header.
Finally, Serial supports several of the most common USB to serial adapters WITHOUT requiring drivers, often saving you the hassle of finding and installing additional software.
- Full-featured xterm, linux, and ANSI/VT100 terminal emulation
- Works with USB to serial adapters and devices that use USB to serial chips internally
- UTF-8 character set support
- No kernel drivers required for many of the most common devices
- Bluetooth serial support
- USB Communication Device Class (CDC) support
- Break support required for routers, switches and other network equipment
- Line-buffered send mode
- Text pacing options
- XMODEM and YMODEM file transfer support
Serial 1.2.3 is a maintenance release while we finish work on the next major release of Serial. Stay tuned!
• Compatible with macOS Sierra (10.12)
• Fixes an issue with baud rate selection
• Warns when certain drivers with known issues are installed
• Fixes compatibility issue with Spark Photon devices
• Now works with the global find pasteboard
• Fixes issue with some multi-port Silicon Labs devices (including the CP2105)
• Fixes issue where CRLF was not echoed when local echo enabled
• Dozens of other improvements and bug fixes