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.
XinaBox has a new kit for the Internet of Things in store, and it’s Zerynth powered. The XK13 IoT Kit Plus is a sequel to the popular XK12 IoT kit that we wrote about last year. XinaBox is famous for its modular hardware – the xChips. They include cores/CPUs, sensors, power, communication, output, and storage […]
A list of Zerynth powered solutions that will inspire you to look beyond your expectations of what you can do with Python.
Do you want to learn how to quickly build your own weather station in Python? You’ll have it up and running in less than an hour with Zerynth Studio, XinaBox modular xChips, and Ubidots IoT platform.
A tutorial on how to send data to the Cloud in just 15 lines of Python with Zerynth Studio and XinaBox development boards.
We’ve got a very exciting announcement for all of you who are coming to The Things Conference Italy in a couple of days. The workshops will feature kits from our partner and hardware sponsor XinaBox.
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.
With XinaBox versatile modules and WolkAbout’s innovative IoT Platform, you’ll get to create your own remote controlled weather monitor.
Like we promised the XinaBox and Zerynth partnership is bringing more exciting opportunities for IoT development. After the Zerynth programmable XK12 IoT Starter Kit we are about to bring things to another level with a new post about controlling the XinaBox OC03 relay module with Zerynth Studio.
Are you looking to get started with the XinaBox IoT kit powered by Zerynth? Here’s a detailed tutorial on how to do some LED blinking.