New Projects can easily be created in a few clicks. from the vMicro Menu, or the File Menu, and the Startup screen:-
Startup > Create New Project > Search for and select "Arduino Project"
File > New > Arduino Project
vMicro > New Arduino Project (Optional Template Selection)
Manual Create a Folder \<sketchname>\ and add an empty text file within the folder called <sketchname>.ino
We also reccomend you add a \src\ folder below this as a reminder when adding further code files (more information).
Open Existing Projects
To Open an Existing Project in vMicro, again the standard and vMicro options are available:-
Startup > Open An Existing Project > Locate the SLN for your vMicro Project
vMicro > Open Existing Arduino Project
File > Open > Arduino Project
File > Open > Folder
If you wish to rename an Arduino compatible project, vMicro will do all the work of keeping the structure consistent:
Right click on the INO file with the project name, select Rename, and enter the new name. The below message will appear, press [OK]
Code Folders In a Project
To keep your project tidy and Arduino compatible, the simplest solution is to create an \src\ folder within the project folder, and place any libraries or other C code required below this folder (it is scanned recursively).
Read more about this folder structure here.