The AWS channel on Twitch just published a video that discusses how to build IoT apps with AWS and Zerynth.
Do you remember how popular our Zerynth lamp tutorial was? It had over 8,000 views on Hackster. Everyone wanted to make their own Python programmable ambient light.
Well, now it got an update, and it’s compatible with the latest version of Zerynth.
The Codemotion Python codding challenge ends soon, so hurry up and sign up for the challenge. Prove you’re the best Python developer and win the XinaBox XK13 IoT Plus development kit.
Mouser Electronics mobile magazine has published an interesting post about the partnership we entered into this year with Riverdi and Bridgetek. Of course, the main focus of the post are the Python programmable IoT displays that have been created out of the partnership.
We are happy to announce our new technological partnership with Fortebit, a designer and producer of innovative industry 4.0 and...
The 50th edition of Nordics’ Wireless Quarter magazine is out, and we’re happy to let you know that Zerynth is featured in it.
We are glad to announce our newest partnership with jQWidgets, the famous software framework for building responsive web and mobile applications.
Electrocomponents has just launched a new company called OKdo, and we’re happy to announce that Zerynth is listed as one of their preferred partners.
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.
XinaBox has a new kit for the Internet of Things in store, and it’s Zerynth powered. The XK13 IoT Kit...