New DexterOS 1.3 for the Raspberry Pi version brings blocks and Python together

Dexter Industries has just announced the launch of the new version of their DexterOS operating system. They use a Blockly-style programming language called Bloxter for the visual programming side and you can now make the move to Python more easily because they show the Python code side-by-side with the Bloxter code. They’ve also added the ability to download and upload code within the browser-based interface and log sensor data. I used DexterOS quite a bit recently when I reviewed Dexter’s GoPiGo 3 kit and I was very impressed. It’s well worth giving it a go! Read more about the new release here and download the latest version here.

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