After our delay in shipping the devices on time because of certain battery issues, we have confirmed that the second batch of devices that we shipped last week has arrived at Crowd Supply’s warehouse.
All backers who placed orders in the crowd-funding phase and most of you that placed pre-orders should receive your orders shortly.
Again, thanks are due to all our backers who have been patient through the delays.
The great people at Espressif have put up their latest release v3.0-rc1 of the ESP-IDF SDK for the ESP32 chip. The Changelog looks great and the changes to the Bluetooth functionality seems promising, although it is only an RC1 release and not very stable. BLE power management support is still not available, but looks like we’re getting there.
If you decide to use the v3.0-rc1 for recompiling HeartyPatch firmware, please read the Release Notes for some breaking changes in the new version.
We still recommend using v2.1.1 stable for development at this time, unless of course you wish to be on the bleeding edge! The current code may not compile properly on v3.0 and we would like to wait for stable release. Once we check the code completely for v3.0 compatibility, we will let you know so that you can start hacking.
If you think something essential is missing from the documentation site, please do send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to add that documentation to the site, just let us know! We’re still adding stuff, so please keep checking.
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