A tutorial on how to send data to the Cloud in just 15 lines of Python with Zerynth Studio and XinaBox development boards.
We’re happy to announce the release of the patch p01 for Zerynth version r2.1.2.
This time, the patch introduces 3 new libraries, several highly important updates, and a few minor ones.
Microchip’s Design Partner Program is a part of this, and they offer a list of partner companies that are deemed as a genuine security expert on Microchip technologies. We are happy to announce that Zerynth is one of them.
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.
Since the ATECC508A is ideal for IoT node security (among many things), we are sure that you will want to find out what the rest of its features are.
We’re pleased to announce that we have just released Zerynth r2.1.1-p02 with lots of new features, enhancements and optimizations.
A panel of experts lead by Zerynth, AAEON Europe and the University of Pisa, will discuss how LPWANs are enabling IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
How to use Zerynth to program the Arduino MKR1000 in Python and create secure battery-powered projects for the IoT.
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.