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Wappsto:bit is a connectivity companion to the BBC micro:bit, the pocket-sized computer sold by the millions worldwide to inspire children’s critical thinking and creativity. Wappsto:bit gives your micro:bit superpowers by wirelessly connecting it to the Internet and other devices, all easily monitored and controlled from a dashboard on your mobile phone. Experimenting with IoT and learning about data science is fun and easy with Wappsto:bit!
|Wappsto:bit GO||Wappsto:bit Basic||Wappsto:bit NB-IoT||Wappsto:bit NB-IoT+|
Wappsto:bit GO is the latest addition to the Wappsto:bit line of hardware. It integrates the functionality of a micro:bit with the connectivity of an ESP32, all on a single board. It features the same edge connector as a BBC micro:bit, so it is compatible with all micro:bit breakout boards.
Wappsto:bit GO features include:
Wappsto:bit Basic is a carrier board for a BBC micro:bit - just insert your own micro:bit via its edge connector and you have all the connectivity an ESP32 has to offer.
Above: Wappsto:bit Basic with and without an inserted micro:bit
Just like a Wappsto:bit Basic, but with the addition of a cellular modem that allows for NB-IoT connectivity.
Just like a Wappsto:bit NB-IoT, but with the addition of a GPS receiver.
The Wappsto:bit GO is fully integrated with the Wappsto Dashboard, where you can use the pre-programmed binary, and you automatically get data in Wappsto, as described in Wappsto:bit Academy. All you need to do is to create a free account on Wappsto.com. You can also use the Arduino examples on https://github.com/Wappsto/wappstobit-go for communicating with micro:bit and https://github.com/Wappsto/arduino_wappsto to make your own integration with Wappsto. Of course, you can also design your own project and features from scratch.
As with the original BBC micro:bit, Wappsto:bit GO can be programmed with Makecode. To easily communicate via I²C with the onboard ESP32, simply install the Wappsto Extension and the rest is standard Makecode.
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