Everyone is talking about the DesignSpark Zerynth Studio new capabilities
DesignSpark Zerynth Studio’s new capabilities is a trending topic, as we’ve noticed. Everyone is talking about it. So, we decided to share some of the posts with you here, and ask for your opinion.
If you downloaded it, and you’re already using it, all of this will make sense to you. Combining IoT with Blockchain in such an easy and pragmatic way is bound to get attention.
The buzz online about the topic of Blockchain is certainly not dying down any time soon. But what do you think about the new capabilities of the DesignSpark Zerynth Studio suite?
Python for Blockchain and IoT applications
Design, product & applications net has published an article titled “Python programming for blockchain and IoT applications” that explains the new capabilities of DesignSpark Zerynth Studio and the Ethereum library that made it possible.
New Electronics magazine has made the same report a couple of days later, with the same attention to the fact that the DesignSpark community can now program 32-bit microcontrollers for Blockchain and IoT applications. Of course, this is a great opportunity for Zerynth tools to reach more developers. Like the article says:
“The move opens up the use of Zerynth for IoT applications and embedded development to the huge community of programmers who use Python, a powerful programming language.”
Electro Pages published a somewhat summarized version of the announcement, focusing on the DesignSpark Zerynth Studio’s capabilities that allow fast IoT application development. They quoted Mike Bray, vice president of DesignSpark, who said:
“Zerynth gives our users access to one of the most intuitive programming studios available, supporting their new designs. The addition of the new feature set supporting blockchain and crypto-currency transactions expands the capabilities of the platform, placing Zerynth at the forefront of new application development and programming.”
Then we have ee News Embedded, posting a summarized version of the information, and explaining how the whole extension was made possible with the Zerynth Ethereum library. You can read the whole post here.
Connectivity4ir, a UK based website that focuses on the potential of industry 4.0, has also found the DesignSpark Zerynth Studio capability extension interesting. As you can see, news about this are popping up all over the world.
Next up we have South Africa’s Engineering News. Last week they have announced how members of the DesignSpark community can now use Python to program microcontrollers for blockchain and Internet of Things applications (thanks to the capability extension).
Are you talking about it with your friends and colleagues? What do you think about the new capabilities? Share your thoughts with us on social media.
Blockchain demo at Electronica
Last week we were at the famous Electronica Fair in Munich, where we were hosted by the RS Components at the booth. The DesignSpark Zerynth Studio Blockchain application was one of the demos we were showing there.
Our #Blockchain demo is getting a lot of attention at the @electronicaFair. It used the 4ZeroPlatform to track shipments and acquire data about their environment.
Come by the @RSComponents booth to see it! Hall C5, booth 147.@DesignSparkRS , @4zerobox pic.twitter.com/SBrnIhcyuB
— Zerynth (@Zerynth) November 14, 2018
As you can see, it attracted a lot of attention from the visitors. And according to the articles we listed above, the same goes for the online community.
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