Here is how you can use this little box to put your microcontroller on your WiFi in under 1 minute:
First, you place the box on a hard and visually pleasing surface:
Then, you connect your microcontroller (an Arduino for this example) to the little box, and give the little box 5 Volts via a wall wart, a USB battery, or anything that outputs 5V.
Next, make sure that the LEDs on the little box are on. If they aren't, check your 5V supply.
Now, open the software (to be released soon) and make sure that the little box shows up. You should see a list of attached USB devices. In our example, there is an Arduino detected, so we click the "Connect" slider to "plug" the Arduino into our PC.
Open the Arduino IDE, make sure that "Arduino Uno" is selected from the "Tools > Board" drop-down, and click "Upload". In our example, we used the "Blink" example program. If all goes well, the upload will go smoothly, just as if you were really plugged in.
Finally, look happily at your blinking Arduino, (make sure that it IS blinking), and think of all the great things that could be done with the little box, Sever.