PICAXE chips may be programmed via the official PICAXE software (in BASIC or flowcharts) or by various third party approved products. For more information see the Getting Started - Software Selection page.
PICAXE Editor 6 is the recommended Windows software for programming, testing and simulating BASIC, Blockly and flowchart programs for PICAXE.
Visual block and text programming for PICAXE on any computer platform.
AXEpad is a cross-platform development tool for PICAXE chips. It supports BASIC programming of PICAXE chips on all of the Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
PICAXE Programming Editor 5 is the legacy software for programming, testing and simulating BASIC programs for PICAXE.
Logicator is the legacy software for developing and simulating flowchart programs for PICAXE.
PICAXE Virtual System Modelling (VSM) is a software circuit simulator, that combines a ‘virtual’ PICAXE chip with animated components and Berkeley SPICE circuit analysis to produce a simulation of a complete PICAXE project.
This is the latest driver for the PICAXE USB Download Cable (part AXE027).
This is the Prolific driver for the USB to Serial Adapter (part USB010).
PICAXE command line console compilers for integrating into your own software application.
PICAXE Programmer App for programming .axe files
Print your BASIC programs and flowcharts to colour PDF file. Free add-on for Programming Editor, Logicator and all other Windows applications.
Windows Vista / 7 Gadget to show the AXE027 cable status and virtual COM port.
PICAXE microcontroller flowchart programs can be developed on Windows, Mac and Linux via use of Flowol.
Yenka PICs is an exciting free flowchart application for developing PICAXE programs. Programs can also be tested on-screen by connecting simple input/output devices.
A completely free PCB/schematic software application that supports all the 'PICAXE Create' PCB modules.
A free, open source breadboard layout tool developed by the PICAXE community for the graphical representation of breadboard layouts.
Use PICAXE as a real-life interface to the popular MIT Scratch computer programming software.
12Blocks is a Scratch like visual logo based language that makes programming a PICAXE chip as simple as drag-n-drop.
Ladder logic style programming for PICAXE chips.