MicroPython 1.20 adds official support for the Raspberry Pi Pico W and introduces a new lightweight package manager
With a little code we can use a Raspberry Pi Pico W and CircuitPython to grab the latest headlines and scroll them across a tiny OLED screen on our desktop.
With just eight lines of Python code we can create an application to remove the background from many images.
SYNOPSIS Passwords are just one part of the security toolkit. SSH keys are a seamless and easy to setup tool to keep our connections secure.
Get the latest news, stocks, jokes using RSS feeds and just a little Python. We use the latest version of Thonny to write our own, custom web app.
Add a hardware interface to your computer and learn how to write CircuitPython to control components and devices attached to your machine.
CircuitPython is not just for microcontrollers, it can also be used to control the GPIO of a Raspberry Pi.
Learning to code with the Raspberry Pi Pico is now even easier thanks to CircuitPython and low cost Chrome devices.
Building your own executable Python applications is now just a matter of a few clicks and a little patience.
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