uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

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uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by dzdzz » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:30 am

tutorial online:https://dfrobot.gitbooks.io/upycraft/content/



uPyCraft, a IDE specially designed for micro python, working with a series of operation systems, e.g. Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, MAC OSX 10.11 and above. Moreover, uPyCraft is free from installation for all systems, so it is easy to use.+

Features:
1.Supports update on line.
2.Supports both windows system and mac system.
3.Extremely simplification in designing, easy to use.
4.With built-in examples of different boards, cost effective.
5.Supports on-line updating of boards.
6.Provides technical supports in the Forum and github.
7.DFRobot official web store offers all accompanying hardware.
On-line update:
1.IDE (Once a new version published, uPyCraft will prompt you to update.)
2.Examples (Once a new version published, uPyCraft will prompt you to update.)
3.Hardware (Once a above board published, uPyCraft will prompt you to update.)
Please use hardware which has the latest version of IDE examples.
Supportive chip types:
1.ESP32 (Supports it now, please use FireBeetle-ESP32 published by DFRobot.)
2.ESP8266 (Supports it now, please use FireBeetle-ESP8266 published by DFRobot.)
3.Pyboard (Supports it now.)

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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by EasyRider » Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:56 am

Nice, simple, effective.

Like the easy way to upgrade firmware.
Simple and easy windows mouse click to save, upload, execute applications, particularly easy switching between application code execution.

Looking forward to pyboard/stm microcontroller support.
Well done. ;)

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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by bmarkus » Wed Jun 28, 2017 10:03 am

EasyRider wrote:Nice, simple, effective.

Like the easy way to upgrade firmware.
Simple and easy windows mouse click to save, upload, execute applications, particularly easy switching between application code execution.

Looking forward to pyboard/stm microcontroller support.
Well done. ;)
Does it work with the ESP32 based PyCom boards?
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EasyRider
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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by EasyRider » Wed Jun 28, 2017 11:24 am

Tested briefly with ESP-Wrom32 Development board. Appears to be working OK.
Also tested briefly with ESP8266 NodeMCU.


As a windows GUI makes life very easy, can concentrate on more productive micropython development rather than command line operations.

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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by devnull » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:26 pm

The osx/mac download link appears to be missing ?

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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by fpp » Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:03 pm

Looks all nice and useful, yes, but why no Linux support ?
Is it not written in Python, or a cross-platform UI framework ?...

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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by pythoncoder » Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:33 am

+1. I'm sure it's great but without Linux support it's no use to me. Or a lot of other developers and makers.
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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by pidou46 » Tue Jul 11, 2017 1:00 pm

+1 for me, I'm also a Linux guy. :cry:
nodemcu V2 (amica)
micropython firmware Daily build 05/31/2016

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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by fos » Wed Jul 12, 2017 12:10 am

RPi Raspbian is my usual development computer. I can fall back to OS X and then Windoze only when necessary.

It doesn't seem like it would be a big jump from OS X to Linux???

Jeff

PS. Raspbian has very good IDEs included, ie. Geany and Thonny. Also, Atom and Wing are very functional on the MacBook.

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Re: uPyCraft(micropython IDE) released

Post by Nana Wang » Mon Feb 05, 2018 7:43 am

Well, Linux version of uPyCraft(MicroPython IDE) are developing, and the source code has already released. We can check it in github.
Maybe we can also try transplanting.
Source code address: https://github.com/DFRobot/uPyCraft_src

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