PyLeap – one of our newest apps for iOS that makes it easy to download code files and assets for your Adafruit device. With PyLeap, you can quickly transfer these files and assets using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), making it convenient to use with your Adafruit device.
PyLeap simplifies downloading the necessary files and assets for your Adafruit device. Simply open the app, select a project for your Adafruit device, and PyLeap will handle the rest.
The app will transfer the files and assets to your Adafruit device using BLE, so you can start immediately.
In a future update, PyLeap will also feature support for transferring files and assets over Wi-Fi.
This will make it even easier to use PyLeap with your Adafruit device, as you’ll be able to transfer files and support from anywhere in your home.
PyLeap is an excellent app for anyone who uses an Adafruit device and wants to program their board on the go. With its easy-to-use interface and convenient BLE file transfer capabilities, PyLeap makes it simple to download and transfer the files and assets you need to get started with your Adafruit device.
PyLeap 2.1.0 is in beta, which means you can try it before anyone else.
You’ll have the opportunity to provide feedback and help shape the future of this app. Plus, you’ll use all its exciting features before anyone else. So why wait? Download the PyLeap TestFlight now and join the beta testing community. Don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity! – https://testflight.apple.com/join/cUiVF4iy
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