Our partner XinaBox has a released a new Zerynth-powered IoT kit - XK52. It’s designed for prototyping IoT devices and it includes two CW02 xChips (with a Zerynth license onboard).
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.
We’ve got two new tutorials to share with you, both featuring the new XinaBox SL06 xChip. All you need to add is Zerynth Studio, a few lines of Python, and a couple of xChips. Sounds like a pretty good recipe for a remote gesture/proximity sensing device.
Espressif's ESP32 microcontroller is by far one of the most popular tools in the Internet of Things projects today. And so is Python. So when you combine these two, you get a wide variety of projects, tutorials, and commercial products.
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.
We’ve got a new tutorial for you that’s perfect for these last few days before the holidays. In just a couple of lines of Python, you could build your very own weather station, and investigate when the perfect amount of snow is coming.
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.
Espressif Systems has published an article on their blog about all the Zerynth tutorials for ESP32-based devices. A neat and useful overview that everyone needs to check out, no matter their skill level.
Elettronica In, the prestigious Italian electronics magazine will feature a story on Zerynth, and we are about to give you a sneak peek.