I think it would make sense to add forum categories for MicroPython topics and a separate category for arduino topics. Also there needs to be a release notes page for uiflow that indicates the new changes whenever an update occurs for this tool. It would be helpful to see documentation on the changes so users can help to more easily contribute.
New to M5Go and I have issues connecting my unit to my home wifi. My AP use wpa2-psk. Is that the issue?
How can I change the M5Go to use this?
I have connected other esp32 units to the same wifi network without issues.
Hi guys I just had the link updated to mac burner with firmware v1.0. The damaged error is actually an issue related to os high sierra and mojave new versions blocking apps from 3rd party developers, open a terminal and input this command to resolve it: sudo spctl --master-disable.
A mac burner which will auto-update to the latest firmware and is compatible with all current OS without needing to change anything is being worked on but progress is slow, sorry about this guys hopefully it will be ready before the end of the month.
I don't have High sierra or mojave!
I havent updated in ages and still on Old Sierra
Thank you for answering.
I used the firmware when I purchased M5GO.
By using the Japanese manual that you taught, I was able to check the operation in UIFlow.
I did not know that M5GO WebIDE can not be used.
I will use UIFlow or M5Cloud in the future.
It's all a matter of taste I guess. Three buttons just aren't that many, I prefer to use as few keypresses as possible. Nobody is going to write their thesis on it: it's for WLAN passwords and the like.
@heybin I looked for the float and int block in the v1.0 release but I didn't see them. Can you tell me the status on this issue. By the way it looks like as of 0.91 the python code being generated is now casting all variables used in a for loop to float type and their is no longer an error caused by mixed types. I'm not sure if you are still planning to have blocks to specify types but I think it could be a good feature to have.