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Zerynth Introduces Python on ESP32

Zerynth Introduces Python on ESP32
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  • Zerynth has provided the large community of ESP32-lovers with a tool for easy development of embedded and IoT applications in Python.
  • Immediately after the release of the chip, many vendors kicked off the production of different development boards based on the ESP32 chip (/the ready-to-use ESP-WROOM-32 module) and everything else needed to start building an IoT project.
  • As already done for the ESP8266 chip, Zerynth has worked hard to provide the large community of ESP32-lovers with a tool for easy development of embedded and IoT applications in Python.
  • Unlike other IoT development platforms, Zerynth provides a complete “ecosystem” of tools that allow users to go from the firmware development for ESP32 to the cloud connection with an extensive collection of libraries.
  • The Zerynth Academy website section provides a list of tutorials that guide users to develop embedded and IoT solutions using MCUs and Python, covering topics like wearable, domotic, LoRa, IoT Security and many others.

Zerynth has provided the large community of ESP32-lovers with a tool for easy development of embedded and IoT applications in Python.

Zerynth has provided the large community of ESP32-lovers with a tool for easy development of embedded and IoT applications in Python.

In September 2016, Espressif launched ESP32: a low-cost, low-power system on a chip (SoC) with Wi-Fi & dual-mode Bluetooth capabilities. Immediately after the release of the chip, many vendors kicked off the production of different development boards based on the ESP32 chip (/the ready-to-use ESP-WROOM-32 module) and everything else needed to start building an IoT project.

As already done for the ESP8266 chip, Zerynth has worked hard to provide the large community of ESP32-lovers with a tool for easy development of embedded and IoT applications in Python.

With Zerynth, users can get right into application design and development without worrying about tedious and annoying setups and configurations.

The only thing users need is to install Zerynth Studio on the PC.

For now, Zerynth supports some of the most widely-adopted ESP32 development boards, including ESP32 DevKitC, Sparkfun ESP32 Thing, Olimex ESP32 Gateway and Olimex ESP32 EVB, and there will be more in the next months.

Using ESP32 and Python is an excellent choice for beginners new to programming and a great launchpad for startups who are aiming to test the market for an IoT-related idea. Unlike other IoT development platforms, Zerynth provides a complete “ecosystem” of tools that allow users to…

Zerynth Introduces Python on ESP32