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Banana Pi Zero

Is adding support for boards only Zerynth can do, or is this something we can do ?
I would like to add this one if possible.
http://www.banana-pi.org/bpi-zero.html



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  • lfcerflfcerf Member
    edited November 7
    Hello, 

    in order to have a custom board supported by Zerynth Studio, first of all, it needs to meet the Zerynth technical specs. Particularly, the board needs to carry a 32bit Microcontroller (MCU). MPU boards like Raspberry Pi are not compatible (Do you really need an MPU for your IoT project? Read more here).

    Once we made sure that the board meets the basic Zerynth specs, there are two cases:

    1 - ZERYNTH VM and LIBRARIES ALREADY AVAILABLE FOR THE ON-BOARD COMPONENTS
    If your board's components are already fully supported by Zerynth VM and Zerynth libraries, the last step needed to have the board supported by Zerynth Studio is to set-up the Pin routing and basic Zerynth VM configuration.

    "Pin routing and basic VM configuration" feature will be added in the next months (ETA: Q1 2018) for Zerynth Studio PRO users.

    In the meantime, we can do it manually for you. We'll provide you settings for your board pinout and we'll include your board in the list of Zerynth supported devices. For doing so, you need to upgrade your account to Zerynth PRO.

    2 - ZERYNTH VM and/or LIBRARIES NOT YET AVAILABLE FOR THE ON-BOARD COMPONENTS
    If not supported yet, the Zerynth Team will develop a Zerynth VM for your specific chip. In addition, libraries for on-board components need to be developed by you or by the Zerynth team. The development effort, in this case, has to be evaluated.

    Please write to info@zerynth.com for additional details and info for regarding your specific device.
    Luigi F. Cerfeda
    Biz dev & Marketing Technologist at Zerynth
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