There's a new tutorial on DesignSpark that explains how to program a NodeMCU Wi-Fi switch with Zerynth Studio. A quick and simple application on one of the most popular WiFi-enabled embedded systems - the ESP8266.
Do you want to learn how to program the popular NodeMCU ESP8266 in Python? You don't have to spend hours programming it. With Zerynth Studio it can be done in minutes.
We’re pleased to announce that we have just released Zerynth r2.1.1-p02 with lots of new features, enhancements and optimizations.
ThingForward, a Zerynth Partner and reseller that specializes in making IoT development faster and easier, published a great tutorial on getting started with Python on microcontrollers using Zerynth Studio.
Want to start programming Sparkfun boards in Python? All you need to do is install Zerynth Studio. Get started now!
WiFi controlled LEDs project made by a student? Chances are it’s going to be used at a party at some point. All joking aside, we wanted to let you know about a project on hackster.io that uses the Zerynth App to control LEDs over WiFi.
Zerynth r2.0.11 comes with new supported hardware and a very cool new feature.
Running Python on DFRobot FireBeetle ESP32 in just a few clicks using Zerynth.
Zerynth is now officially recommended by Espressif Systems as professional firmware toolkit for ESP32, its tiny yet powerful chip born for Internet of Things applications.
As already done for the ESP8266 chip, we've worked hard to provide the large community of ESP32-lovers a tool to easily develop embedded and IoT applications in Python.