Raspberry Pi boards are popular single-board computers that are widely used for various applications, including home automation, robotics, IoT, and more.
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Raspberry Pi boards are popular single-board computers that are widely used for various applications, including home automation, robotics, IoT, and more. Matrix FlowCode, as a graphical programming environment, supports Raspberry Pi boards from the original Rpi1 to the powerful Rpi4 and PICO development boards based on the RP2040 silicon to simplify the process of programming and developing applications for these devices.
Here’s what you are be able to do with a Raspberry Pi pack for Matrix FlowCode:
Raspberry Pi Support: The pack would likely provide support for various Raspberry Pi models, such as Raspberry Pi 3, 4, and potentially other versions. These boards run Linux-based operating systems and offer capabilities like GPIO control, networking, and more.
Visual Programming Interface: FlowCode’s visual programming interface would allow you to create and design projects for Raspberry Pi using a drag-and-drop approach. You could set up GPIO pins, work with sensors, control actuators, and interact with various components.
Component Library: The pack includes a library of pre-built components and peripherals specific to Raspberry Pi. This encompasses GPIO control, sensors (temperature, humidity, motion, etc.), actuators (LEDs, motors), communication interfaces (I2C, SPI), and more.
Code Generation: After designing your project visually in FlowCode, the Raspberry Pi pack would generate code snippets or scripts that can be run on the Raspberry Pi’s Linux-based operating system. This could be in Python or other programming languages suitable for the Raspberry Pi environment.
Simulation: FlowCode is known for its simulation capabilities. While traditional simulation might not be as relevant for Raspberry Pi projects due to the real-world interactions involved, the simulation could potentially help in planning logic and visualizing how components will interact.
Learning Resources: FlowCode comes with tutorials, documentation, and example projects to help you learn how to work with Raspberry Pi within the FlowCode environment. These resources cover topics ranging from basic GPIO control to more advanced networking and web interaction.
Compatibility: The Raspberry Pi pack was designed to work with various Raspberry Pi models and configurations including the Rpi1, Rpi2, Rpi3, Rpi4 and RP2040 based PICO, ensuring compatibility with popular hardware options. A full list of supported hardware is available on this article page.
Compatible Hardware Available Here
For a full list of supported boards see the attached document however, here are a few shortcuts direct to our hardware pages.
RPI2B and v1.2
RP2040 – PICO
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– Processor: 1Ghz or faster
– RAM: 1Gb or more
– HDD Space: 1-4Gb (toolchain dependant)
– OS: 32 or 64bit Windows 7, 8, 10 or 11