Where is the API ?

  • Have you read the document pages for the products? Each product in the store has its own document page along with guides and for UIFlow you should have found my guides on GitHub along with guides on hackster.io and video guides on YouTube

  • Here is the biggest tip I can give you
    Don’t use google as its search really sucks, it’s like an old man with dementia. I’m not fond of MS but bing search is way better at finding things and gives me answers I asked for unlike google that gives me incorrect answers it thinks I want

  • @ajb2k3 thanx for your fast answer : ) Well I found out by now that to "burn" neewest "firmware" is in fact the "must to do first" so the core is ready to be connected and works with uiflow. As a total beginner but even digging the internet (yt, google, github...) that was not clear to me, not even that there is a "burn" process. I slowly get behind the logic. Well, I am not the first one on this so I assume there is a "sticky post" or something guiding though this and I just couldn´t make it to find.

  • @ajb2k3 well google actually helped me with uiflow / blockly code images to understand how to put things together. At the moment I try to find something usefull for "deep.sleep" after some time and "wake.up" after sometime/or pressing a button (M5 CORE INK). I will get there...
    Also there is a nice "translator" from code to blockly what helps me a lot as chat gpt can write python.

    link python to blockly translator

  • Don't use ChatGPT its often wrong.

  • @ajb2k3 Yes, very true. anyway it helps me alot to understand and pointing in the right direction. I created a few scripts allready with this I otherwise would never be able to script. So, a big help to me at last. As I mentioned I have Ideas and cases but I am affraid I wont learn propper coding.
    So I simply rely on try and error, google and chat gpt. thats my reality.

    And the Forum is a help too, of course : )
    I will try your suggestion about "Bing" as this is A.I. now. In the past that search engine was never of any good help for me, I am affraid.


  • This page contains the core Micropython API (if you use UIFlow which is built on micropython) https://docs.micropython.org/en/latest/esp32/quickref.html

    If you are on Facebook, in the M5Stack page, I have just uploaded an Update to the UIFlow 1.x doc

  • @ajb2k3 perfect thank you : )

  • I had the same question...
    Coming from the adafruit world and Circuitpython, I'm used to having a reference like this https://docs.circuitpython.org/en/latest/shared-bindings/index.html (which is very comprehensive and a lot of work)

    UIFlow does seem pretty easy to understand, even without documentation.
    But when I do something in micropython like

    import unit

    What am I actually importing? is source code available?

  • No source code but Updated documentation is uploaded weekly to the Facebook group for preview.

    Every product has a documentation page with demos and programming guides are found on the M5Stack site under Documentation.