The webinar will introduce how and why to build IoT solutions in Python using Zerynth and Google Cloud IoT Core.
In this tutorial, we’ll see how to control a Servo Motor via mobile using Python and JQWidgets. In particular, we’ll see how to use Zerynth Studio to program the microcontroller-based board in Python and how to use Zerynth App to run the JQWidget-based GUI.
In this article, we’ll see how to get and visualize sensor data of LoRa nodes using Zerynth, The Things Network and Matplotlib.
In this tutorial, we’ll see how to create a LoraWAN network programmed in Python using Zerynth and connected to The Things Network.
How to develop a simple but powerful IoT Thermometer, using a Zerynth-powered single-board microcontroller and the Zerynth App as the remote display.
IoT is potentially one of the most important trends in the history of the industry. But it’s time to move beyond “potential.” It’s time to make IoT real!
As announced in this thread on the Zerynth Community, a lot of new libraries and features are available for you. One of the most important things of the last update is that the number of mikroe boards supported by Zerynth raised once again: you can now program the powerful Quail Board in Python! The Quail […]
The collaboration between Zerynth and Mikroelektronika continues to churn out ideas and libraries. In this post we introduce you to the library for the BarGraph Click board. Overview of the BarGraph Click As you can see on the official page, BarGraph Click™ is a compact and easy solution for adding ten-segment light bar display to your design. It […]
Thanks to the collaboration with Mikroelektronika, a large amount of Zerynth libraries dedicated to Click boards are coming. In this post we introduce you to the library for the Temp&Hum Click board. Overview of the Temp&Hum Click Temp&Hum Click carries ST’s HTS221 temperature and relative humidity sensor. Thanks to its small form factor and affordable price, it is the […]
In the last post we announced the collaboration between Zerynth and Mikroelektronika, a company based in Belgrade, Serbia, popular in microcontroller community. In fact, with the latest update, Flip&Click is officially supported by Zerynth. Now, we are very glad to announce that a Zerynth library is available for the “Thumbstick Click” board, developed by the Mikroelektronika team. The Thumbstick […]