Pycom boards as mass storage devices
The pyboard supports a configuration where it is recognized by the OS as a mass storage device. You can then view and edit the files on the flash memory. This is configurable with the
Is there anything like that on the LoPy & other boards? It would simplify development a lot, since I usually turn off WiFi (it's a low power project).
@jmarcelino I see. Thanks for the links, mpfshell seems to support recursive uploading and appears to be generally awesome :) I'll give it a try.
Not a real mass storage device because there's only a UART avalable for the connection, but you could use one of the tools that let you upload or download files serially over REPL: