We’re happy to announce the release of patches p01 & p02 for Zerynth version r2.2.0. Read the list below to see what we have prepared for you.

This time, the patch introduces 6 new devices, 3 new libraries, 1 important VM update, and a new toolchain command:

  • support for Infineon XMC 4700 Relax Kit, Ethernet included, more info (1)(2);
  • support for Nordic nRF52840 DK and nRF52 DK with an updated Nordic BLE library, more info (1)(2)(3);
  • support for Riverdi IoT Display, the new Riverdi TFT module powered by ESP32 and Bridgetek BT815 embedded video engine, more info;
  • support for oddWires IO and ProteusESP32-powered devices, more info (1)(2);
  • Mozilla WebThing library to develop IoT devices complying with the new Mozilla WebThing API specification, more info;
  • controllable behavior of the VM on Python uncaught exceptions and MCU faultsmore info;
  • mass programming command inside the Zerynth Toolchain to register, virtualize, uplink and provision your IoT devices, more info;
  • device configuration zone to store device configuration and credentials in predefined flash memory areas, more info (1)(2);
  • support for CBOR (Concise Binary Object Representation) data model, more info;

To update you just have to:

  1. open Zerynth Studio;
  2. click “Rolling Update”;
  3. click “Update”, restart Zerynth Studio and enjoy!

NOTE: Remember to create updated virtual machines and virtualize all boards with the new ones.

As usual, please keep us informed about any issue regarding this update.

Happy coding :sunglasses:

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About the Author: Luigi F. Cerfeda

Luigi is a biomedical engineer, and is currently Sales Director at Zerynth. Being one of the first members on the team, he has held various roles in the company as he has a deep knowledge of the IoT market and Industry 4.0.

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