Zerynth is part of “Exploring AWS IoT” Udemy course. Through 4 lectures you’ll learn how to program the ESP32 DevKit C in Python and connect to AWS.
A tutorial on how to send data to the Cloud in just 15 lines of Python with Zerynth Studio and XinaBox development boards.
It’s not just our community Forum that you can turn to if you have questions about working in Zerynth Studio. YouTube is also a great source of information.
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.
Rapid IoT prototyping with Microchip’s SAMG55 Xplained Pro and Zerynth Studio is easy and fast. Just follow this article, and learn what’s necessary to program the board.
Another tutorial with Zerynth popped up on Medium, so we decided to share it – AWS IoT and Greengrass using Espressif esp32 devkitc with Zerynth Studio.
We’re pleased to announce that we have just released Zerynth r2.1.1-p02 with lots of new features, enhancements and optimizations.
Programming the ESP32 DevKit C in Python with Zerynth and connecting to AWS is the topic covered in four lectures of this Udemy Course. Check it now!
Day 2 at Embedded World fair dawned bright and we were ready for the visitors. Fueled by the fun we had yesterday, the booth was filled with enthusiasm and energy.
In this post, we present a safe and easy mechanism to seamlessly update the Python firmware of Zerynth powered devices connected to Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT endpoints.