BIPES updates

Jorge Marques ( made more of a bunch of great contributions to BIPES source code. Code has been restructured and boards definitions are much more clear now. The user interface is much greater also and he managed to add more boards and pinouts.

And finally, one of the coolest additions is saving the board specs on the same XML that the blocks are saved. In that way, when a program is shared or saved, the board is automatically remembered when the XML loads. Very happy with the feature here!

Latest source code additions:

Welcome to BIPES

BIPES stands for Block based Integrated Platform for Embedded Systems.

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It was conceived and created from our experience of many years developing and teaching embedded systems and Internet of Things applications. BIPES allows anyone to quickly and reliably design, program, build, deploy and test embedded systems and IOT devices and applications. It is fully based on a web environment, so absolutely no software install is needed on the client / developer machine. In that way, a tablet, a netbook, a Chromebook or any other device can be used to program and test several devices.

All programming is done using blocks, which is faster and safer than traditional coding, and a recognized trend. IEEE Spectrum, for example, discusses the advantages of “programming without code” in the article Programming Without Code: The Rise of No-Code Software Development.

BIPES supports several boards using Python, MicroPython or CircuitPython. See details on the boards page.