Did you watch our third Live Support session this week? We talked about debugging, the structure of the Virtual Machine, and we gave a bunch of examples.

Don’t worry if you missed it. You can always watch it on our YouTube channel:

For example, one user asked if we support debugging, and if we do, what level of debugging we support. This is what Karim had to say:

Let me give a bunch of examples of debugging that are available on Zerynth Studio right now. For example, the minimum, and the most intrusive way of debugging is just printing a statement. So, it’s available in Python and in C. In Python, anywhere you want, you can just print a statement. In this example (that I’m showing) we are establishing a link. But as you know, print, or using the serial communication protocol UART is intrusive, and it uses this peripheral. So, if you want to use it for another thing you cannot. Actually it takes a lot of processing.

If you want to learn what else Karim had to say about this topic, start watching the video.

What is Zerynth Live Support?

If this is the first time you’ve heard of Zerynth Live Support, you’re probably wondering what it is. Well, it’s precisely what the name says: a live support session, that we hold on our YouTube channel. We take a couple of the most popular and interesting questions our users have asked on the Forum, and we answer them live.

For example, if a user asks us how to use the Watchdog to secure the firmware in Zerynth, we answer the question, first by explaining what a Watchdog is. Then we move on to the Watchdog in the context of IoT development and Zerynth tools. Finally, we show a small example and tell everyone where they can find it, as well as more information on the topic. Thankfully, we answered this particular question during our last Live Support session.

So, if you have some question you would like us to answer, head on over to the Forum, and post one. Who knows, maybe we will answer it during our next session.

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If you’re not subscribed to the Zerynth YouTube channel yet, now is a great time.

It’s not just the Live Support sessions that you’ll find there. We also have a Zerynth Continuous Learning series. A series designed so that every member of our development team gets to present a topic he’s most passionate about. This way, each month the whole Zerynth team has the opportunity to learn something new.