Any MicroPython fans? Pros? Cons?
Jacobcullen last edited by robert-hh
I've got quite a few Adafruit and ESP8266 devices that could support MicroPython. It occurs to me that I'm WAY more comfortable with Python than I am C/C++.MicroPython? Or is it just not that popular? I realize that Arduino is an ecosystem unto itself and that there are other ways to program microcontrollers, but it seems like a lot of just general purpose questions related to microcontrollers end up here, as well.
Fynn Nochbesser last edited by Fynn Nochbesser
In general, the MicroPython project is rather active and still the git history changes quite fast here. One of the advantages for me was that it was easier to use than C for my simple project. It was a garage door automation: an engineering college project (I used an ESP8266 and MicroPython).
github.com/micropython/micropython/commits/master https://essays.agency/lab-report.html my engineering lab project