How to create a custom Zerynth Virtual Machine for your own hardware solutions if they are based on already supported chips.
Python isn’t just the most-popular language for introductory CS programs and hobbyist, it’s also the fastest-growing language for embedded computing.
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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.
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.
Zerynth officially supports one of the most widely used microcontrollers for IoT and Embedded applications: the insanely inexpensive ESP8266!
In this post, we said we were ready to take off. So we were, and now we gently landed on a new board: Mikroelektronika Flip&Click. With the latest update, Zerynth officially supports the board made by MikroElektronika! What’s on Flip&Click board? It shares many of the same attributes as the popular Arduino platforms, including the 32-bit AT91SAM3X8E core of the Arduino Due and […]
Yes, it’s real. Exactly one year after the Kickstarter launch Viper becomes Zerynth. We really believe in the uniqueness of our tools, this is why they deserve an adequate recognition. Viper was a great name for a product, but other notable companies had the same feeling many decades ago, with the result that this name […]