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Topic: Blending Scratch and Arduino: Introducing mBlock (and its extension system) (Read 46 times) previous topic - next topic


For anybody interested in using Scratch with Arduino, I sincerely recommend giving a try at mBlock - an open source branch of Scratch that supports Arduino.

Compared to S4A and other block-based programming environment, mBlock allows both interacting with screen sprites and compiling/uploading Arduino code onto the board. Further more, mBlock allows anybody familiar with Arduino to write extensions - for example, I wrote an extension for my Seeed Studio Grove sensors (Disclaimer: I do not work for Seeed Studio) and debugged it in 2 hours. Other users can search, download and install the extension people wrote with a single click.

Besides, this project is actively maintained by Makeblock, with Arduino at heart.

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