The Terminal Link is quite impressive, as it create a cool linux terminal embedded into the web browser:
-we can also copy/paste text into it
-we can move it around
-We can call more than 1
Very nice job! i think i will use it instead of my Putty client (As i’m working headless with my raspberry pi)
Installed the IDE on Saturday it took a while but everything worked as advertised. It makes learning less of a hassle especially if you are running a headless Pi. I’m slowly working through http://learnpythonthehardway.org/book/ and hope to be starting to program something meaningful for my project in a couple of weeks. I’ve found a couple of little annoyance and will report them through git. Great job Adafruit!
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