BASIC for the micro:bit

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BASIC for the micro:bit

Post by basicchip » Sun Nov 17, 2019 2:19 am

The microbit is a board build for educational uses and large numbers are out there now. It combines an nRF51822 with an NXP/Freescale KL26Z which supports the mbed programming protocol.

We have ported our BASIC firmware to this device and it can be downloaded here.

https://www.coridium.us/files/NRF51822.bin

To install that BASIC firmware connect the micro:bit and it will show up as a disk drive to the PC. Copy that binary to the micro:bit disk drive.

Once that is installed our standard BASICtools https://www.coridium.us/files/setupBASIC.exe can program the microbit in BASIC.

We are also working on a version of Blockly graphic programming tool that output BASIC for this as well as most of the other devices we support. This is a large download (about 150 MB), and is still a work in progress.

https://coridium.us/files/BlocklyBASIC.zip

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