GPIO Zero, the new GPIO library from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, is becoming my go-to method for doing simple things with the Pi’s GPIO pins. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been having fun preparing for the Bett exhibition, and more specifically the Raspberry Jam that is being held there on the 23rd January.
Part of my exhibit is a Raspberry Pi Zero with a Scroll pHAT attached. Getting that working was a story in and of itself, but I want to focus today on the 4 LEDs I soldered onto some prototyping board that is attached to the Zero.
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