Design IoT solutions using Python and Zerynth

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Develop IoT applications in Python with Zerynth on any 32 bit microcontroller and control your insights with Ubidots

Maria Carlina HernandezMaria Carlina Hernandez 01/10/2018 at 15:050 Comments

Do you prefer to code in python? If so, Zerynth is a suite of professional development tools that supports Python or hybrid C/Python firmware development for 32-bit micro-controllers and the most common prototyping boards: Arduino DUE, ST Nucleo, Particle Photon and Electron, Flip&Click, ESP32, ESP8266, and more. In this guide we will explore Python code development within the Zerynth Studio and how to visualize your results using the simplicity of Ubidots data visualization.

Zerynth is not just another programming library for Arduino associated sensor kits. Zerynth is a set of professional development tools developed from scratch to allow you access to the embedded world in just a few clicks. Zerynth reaches beyond professional embedded developers to also offer web programmers, product designers, and IoT system integrators a complete set of high-quality development tools to program microcontrollers and develop IoT solutions.

Zerynth is multi-board compatible and allows rapid integration with sensors, actuators and cloud services, reducing product development time and efforts.

In the following guide we will introduce you to the Zerynth platform using a ESP32 DevKitC connected to the Ubidots cloud. When finished with this guide you will be able to visualize your board's sensor data in Ubidots and control a LED using a sample code provided.