There's a new tutorial on DesignSpark that explains how to program a NodeMCU Wi-Fi switch with Zerynth Studio. A quick and simple application on one of the most popular WiFi-enabled embedded systems - the ESP8266.
Do you want to learn how to program the popular NodeMCU ESP8266 in Python? You don't have to spend hours programming it. With Zerynth Studio it can be done in minutes.
We are proud to announce that Zerynth and TOI (Things On Internet) have joined forces to create a leading IoT enabling company.
We've got a great announcement, right before the holiday season begins - Zerynth r.2.3.3 is out! As you can see from the title, there's support for 3 new devices, 3 new libraries, and numerous improvements.
The MoRe Impresa Festival is done, and we’re ready to share all our thought on the matter. So, first of all, let’s just say that we’ve had a great time in Modena, and that we hope everyone who attended the talk had a great time as well.
How is a startup born? How do you turn that one great idea into a profitable company? We’ll be explaining this, and more, at the MoRe Impresa Festival in Modena, Italy, on December 14th.
We don’t need 20/20 vision to know that next year is going to bring some great things for Zerynth. All jokes aside, we’re proud to say that we have achieved truly praiseworthy things this year and that we’re going to make 2020 even better.
We’ve had a chance to participate in the Master Industry 4.0 Design Enterprise Digitalization and 4.0 Technologies event this week.
This November we’ve had the privilege to hold a lecture and workshop at the University of Pisa where we explained and demonstrated to the students how easy and simple Python programming is with Zerynth tools.
We joined the EU Horizon 2020 Lincoln project and designed a Python-based solution. After three years of meticulous research, hard work, and commitment, the project is completed.