Bluetooth version 4.0 introduced Bluetooth with low energy functionality, referred to as BLE, which gave developers the ability to create applications that can run on coin- cell batteries for months and even years at a time.
How to develop embedded and IoT solutions in Python with Zerynth.
It’s clear that Python is on the rise in the IoT and embedded sphere. More and more engineers, product designers, and developers are starting to use it in their work. Compiling languages are making room for Python in the embedded category.
Do you want to learn how to connect your ESP32 to the Cloud with Zerynth Studio? There’s a two-part tutorial on the LeMaRive blog that you need to see.
A tutorial on how to send data to the Cloud in just 15 lines of Python with Zerynth Studio and XinaBox development boards.
This tutorial will be exploring the potential of combining IoT and blockchain using simple Python directly on microcontrollers, thanks to Zerynth tools.
Like we promised the XinaBox and Zerynth partnership is bringing more exciting opportunities for IoT development. After the Zerynth programmable XK12 IoT Starter Kit we are about to bring things to another level with a new post about controlling the XinaBox OC03 relay module with Zerynth Studio.
Are you looking to get started with the XinaBox IoT kit powered by Zerynth? Here’s a detailed tutorial on how to do some LED blinking.
We thought that it would be useful and helpful to add a small tutorial on how to uplink a Python script on your microcontroller using DesignSpark Zerynth Studio.
Following this tutorial, you will be able to run Microchip’s “Zero Touch Secure Provisioning” demo for secure authentication to AWS IoT in simple Python using Zerynth tools.
As promised in our previous post about the Zerynth and Xinabox partnership here is a tutorial on how to get started with the new XinaBox development board with the onboard Zerynth license.