Is MicroPython the right hammer for my nail?

General discussions and questions abound development of code with MicroPython that is not hardware specific.
Target audience: MicroPython Users.
chrismas9
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Re: Is MicroPython the right hammer for my nail?

Post by chrismas9 » Sat May 15, 2021 11:20 am

I use MicroPython in commercial environments and recommend it. I know if other applications including medical equipment. One of my clients who writes complex analysis software for test equipment used MicroPython for all his low level hardware control. MicroPython abstracts the machine IO enough that he can write control code without engineering support.

I use Windows 10 and STM32 boards. They always mount a drive and setup VCP reliably. I use Thonny IDE alongside my favourite editor.

spiceagent11
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Re: Is MicroPython the right hammer for my nail?

Post by spiceagent11 » Tue May 18, 2021 4:38 pm

I am also a beginner in electronics and MicroPython.
I have used my pyboard or ESP32 with MicroPython on Windows, Linux and Chromebook. No problem at all.

Jackli
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Re: Is MicroPython the right hammer for my nail?

Post by Jackli » Wed May 19, 2021 8:40 am

I am a beginner in MicroPython, MicroPython has more library functions than C, the code format has not only become concise, with the support of the library many functions and methods do not need to write on their own.

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