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.
Do you want to learn how to build a voltmeter in Python? This hackster.io tutorial will teach you how to do that, and show you how to incorporate your phone into the project.
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.
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.
Driven by the feedback of our community, we’ve worked hard to make Zerynth the best Python development platform for IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
In this tutorial, we'll see how to control an Adafruit NeoPixel ring 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.
We are working to make Zerynth App the definitive tool for prototyping UI for connected devices. Download it now!
How to develop a simple but powerful IoT Thermometer, using a Zerynth-powered single-board microcontroller and the Zerynth App as the remote display.
We just released a new version of Zerynth (r2.0.5) with a lot of new functionalities, new supported hardware, better stability and an enhanced UX.
As early adopter, you can receive a 6 months free-of-charge (100% discounted) access to Zerynth Studio PRO!