We are excited to announce that Zerynth Studio 2.0 has been launched!
The first step to access the Zerynth ecosystem is to download the latest Zerynth Studio Release according to your platform from the Zerynth Download page, and choose between two options to complete the installation: online and offline.
WARNING for existing users: Moving from Zerynth r1.0.* to version r2.0.0 some precautions must be taken to avoid incurring in compatibility issues. More info in the section Migration Guide of the documentation.
What’s new in Zerynth 2.0
The 2.0 release involves innovations in all the aspects of the Zerynth Stack.
Rebuilt from scratch (on top of NW.js browser and ACE editor) to be faster and more performant
Simplified Package Manager and “virtualization”
Batteries included. All the required libraries, packages and drivers are installed with the first installation.
New updates are shown through a notification icon in the bottom toolbar of the Zerynth Studio and can be all installed with a single click.
Multiple consoles with different windows
Quick fuzzy search bar
Main editor features:
Automatic indent and outdent
Search and replace with regular expressions
Highlight matching parentheses
Displays hidden characters
Drag and drop text using the mouse
Auto PEP8 funcionality
Over 20 themes
Font size settings
Private Git repositories hosted on the Zerynth Backend
Simplified publishing of community libraries
An important new Zerynth element has been introduced, the Zerynth Toolchain (ZTC).
The ZTC allows managing all the aspects of the typical Zerynth workflow. It can be used with a command line interface, like the common Linux, Windows or Mac terminals, or it can be integrated with a custom IDE.
You can find more info in the dedicated section of the documentation.
The Zerynth 2.0 documentation is accessible at docs.zerynth.com
Improved readability. We’ve added an index on the left of the page, so you can now walk through the documentation jumping from section to section without returning to the main page.
Improved content search. You can now search terms inside all the doc, and not only within the specific section you’re reading.
New supported boards
Redbear Nano BLE 2 and Blend BLE 2, as announced during the RedBear Kickstarter campaign.
Arduino/Genuino Zero. It’s now possible to program in Python for Arduino Zero, the most voted board in our latest survey.
You can find all the other boards yet supported in the table on this page.
The Zerynth Connector is the next Zerynth big thing: a device manager that will be compatible with many cloud providers (like Azure, Kinetis, Bluemix, Amazon), exposing a simple API based interface for data gathering, actuation and mobile integration.
We are also working to make the Zerynth App the definitive tool for prototyping UI for connected devices. The update will be released directly with the official release of Zerynth 2.0.0.
Ready to go PRO? Pre-order now!
Zerynth 2.0 is designed to enable production and deployment of IoT solutions thanks to Zerynth Studio PRO, that will include features like
Over the Air update development
Hardware-driven Secured Firmware burned on the device at industrial volumes
…and many more
Zerynth Studio PRO will be provided at yearly subscription basis (you can find the pricing table here) you can pre-order today.
Not interested in going PRO? No problem! With the free version of Zerynth Studio, you will be able to use all the features you need to prototype your IoT solutions and to program for free up to 5 units of each supported board.Happy coding!