Like we promised in the Zerynth and XinaBox partnership announcement, the CW02 development board is now available for purchase with a Zerynth license already onboard.
News about Zerynth
While everyone else was busy worrying if their C programming skills are good enough, Python was making steady progress, and now it’s a top performer in the embedded race. A tutorial on DesignSpark, by a user called Mark, agrees with this and promises to teach you how to run a “Hello World” application in Python […]
Ever since we announced our partnership with RS Components there has been a real avalanche of news about it everywhere. So naturally, we decided to share this with you as a sort of “news around the globe” segment.
It’s not only rock stars that go on tour, engineers do, too. The Things Conference on Tour is heading to Pisa, Italy, and you better be ready.
the article we are about to share with you explains what Zerynth is, and how our whole toolset functions, to the DesignSpark community members.
The Lincoln Project has been developing IoT marine solutions in Python, and we wrote about the whole research project in March this year. Now it’s time to tell you how the research is going and to let you know that test have been performed in Norway.
We are glad to announce our new technological partnership with XinaBox, the innovative manufacturer of modular electronics for developing, creating products and learning.
RS Components and Zerynth partnership – DesignSpark Zerynth Studio middleware toolkit available for download
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with RS Components, the trading brand of (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor.
Once again the Zerynth team has joined the MAST Foundation’s Summer School project as a Technology partner. The focus of this year’s Summer School was the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. Students had the opportunity to learn from practical activities within the lab, assisted by engineers, managers, and researchers from both the business and university […]
ThingForward, our partner has published another useful tutorial about working with Zerynth Studio. This time around the topic is “Connecting ESP32 to Google IoT Core with Zerynth Studio”.