Micropython on the core2
mwright last edited by
I'm sure that this is covered somewhere but I can't seem to find a definitive answer.
I have been programming my core2 (and my stickC+) with uiflow for some time. Whilst it works fine, there are something that you cannot do with that system. I would like to get some better control over the hardware and get "closer to the metal" as it were.
As a programmer (somewhat old-school and new to python) I would really like to be able to both do things with the hardware that I cannot do with uiflow and also enhance my learning of python.
I did find an article that pointed me in the direction of using vscode and an m5stack add-on, but the article was quite old and I just got some strange errors when trying to execute even the simplest of code.
So - can anyone please point me in the right direction? Or, possibly, just let me know that it can't be done?
teastain last edited by teastain
The Arduino IDE is a program environment using a very easy and convenient version of C, with some C++!
Very user friendly, but easy to get started. C compiles and overwrites everything in the ESP32.
Python is very easy to learn, but it is an Interpreted Language with a large memory usage in the board's core.
C is a world wide standard because it gets as close to the metal as you can stand.
I've been using Arduino IDE ver1 for ten years The new version 2 is more powerful, but more confusing.
ajb2k3 last edited by