circuitpython

CircuitPython - a Python implementation for teaching coding with microcontrollers (by adafruit)

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  • Unveiling secrets of the ESP32: creating an open-source Mac layer
    5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 6 Dec 2023
    The barrier to entry has never been lower. Last night I prototyped some code in Python on my Mac to talk to a Bluetooth peripheral, and then had ChatGPT translate it to Arduino C++ code for a $5 ESP32 which mostly worked on the first go.

    You can even run Python on microcontrollers these days. See Adafruit's https://circuitpython.org for which they publish modules for many (almost all?) of the sensors they sell. The modern microcontroller frameworks hide much of the complexity of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, filesystems, etc. so you can do complicated things with minimal effort. You can really cobble something together in an afternoon.

  • ALT.CTRL.GameCraft Workshop @ Beta Festival Write-up
    3 projects | dev.to | 7 Nov 2023
    The Pico runs CircuitPython and uses Adafruit's HID library to emulate a keyboard. It's also possible to emulate a mouse and a gamepad (there are some experiments for gamepad emulation in experiments).
  • HT1632c library for circuitpython
    2 projects | /r/circuitpython | 21 Jun 2023
    Asked your question in the adafruit discord and they said there's no HT1632c library for circuit python yet. There is a library for micropython. You can request to have it ported from the Micropython library I linked to by opening a feature request in the Circuit Python Github. That would be your best option for now or attempt to port the library yourself.
  • Question about programming arduino
    2 projects | /r/arduino | 3 Jun 2023
  • Projects for newbs!
    2 projects | /r/arduino | 21 Apr 2023
    I'm aware of two versions of Python for microcontrollers. Micro Python and Circuit Python
  • Rotary Encoder - Double click
    2 projects | /r/raspberrypipico | 4 Jan 2023
    There was a whole Github discussion on whether or not CircuitPy should use interrupts.
  • Circuitpython Reference?
    2 projects | /r/circuitpython | 29 Dec 2022
    Let me google that for you.
  • Is the statement true, that Python and its ecosystem lacks speed for mission-critical large-scale applications?
    6 projects | /r/Python | 27 Nov 2022
    As the cost of more powerful micro-controllers continues to drop, the time and cost savings that comes with working in higher-level languages is starting to outweigh the cost of using cheaper/less-powerful micro-controllers. There are already options such as micropython and circuitpython for using Python on micro-controllers, but they're not in wide commercial use as of yet (as far as I'm aware).
  • Five simple steps to use any Arduino C++ library in a Rust project 🦀
    11 projects | dev.to | 13 Nov 2022
    Arduino helps circuit developers to build electronic projects and is, perhaps, the most used open-source hardware and software platform. It is popular across millions of hobbyists across the world. Historically, Arduino boards are programmed with C++ programming language using the Arduino IDE. The availability of powerful ARM-based Arduino-compatible boards made it possible to use python, JavaScript, or even a browser to program your circuit. While they are easier to study for a new joiner without an existing programming background, C++ stays a default language choice, especially when dealing with cheap and low-memory AVR-controller boards and having a need to run more or less complex projects.
  • Is Rust a viable alternative to C / C++?
    2 projects | /r/arduino | 1 Nov 2022
    If your application doesn't need every bit of performance or memory, consider CircuitPython or MicroPython. The CircuitPython community is a bit more active but CircuitPython needs native USB support on the MCU, so out of the ESP family, only the ESP-S2 and ESP-S3 currently support it. MicroPython can run on any ESP (okay not certain about the C3).
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