Unlike other Python implementations for microcontrollers, Zerynth allows you to program your ESP8266 board in Python with just a few clicks!
How to develop embedded and IoT solutions in Python with Zerynth.
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With the free version of Zerynth Studio, you will be able to program for free up to 5 Blend2 and up to 5 Nano2. Discounted/free extension packages for education are available on request.
Zerynth officially supports one of the most widely used microcontrollers for IoT and Embedded applications: the insanely inexpensive ESP8266!