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The code should support any device that supports HCI over a UART (and I'm aware of people already doing this). You'll have to write a small amount of plumbing code (in C), although our goal is to maybe eventually make this possible in Python, i.e. something maybe like
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def setup_hci(uart, baud, ...): ... ble = bluetooth.BLE(machine.UART(3), setup_hci)
Actually there as a broad range of batteries, all with the word Lithium in the name. There are for instance non-rechargable 1.5 and 3V Lithium batteries, 3.6 V Li-SOCl2 batteries (expensive!) and Lithion-Ion accumulators with a nominal voltage of 3.6 or 3.7 V. The latter should work well with a PYBD.
What is the best language and development way of working for esp32 or esp8266? I really don’t like how you program in arduino/C. I’ve started to program in micro python but it seems like it will be dead soon. Did anyone try to use rust for those devices ?
You can use any language you like and can master. MicroPython is very vivid and Python in general is known for it's low entrance barrier. If you know of a Rust port for ESP32/ESP8266, please tell so. Even if this is a MicroPython forum, people here are always interested in these topics and are open minded.
You might want to check https://github.com/MabezDev/xtensa-rust-quickstart