12 S2m Scratch2
BPI:bit Scratch2 support
In order to help you understand computer language more quickly and let children make their own works, experts from MIT's multimedia lab developed a computer language for children --Scratch. In Scratch, there is no need to memorize complex syntax and statements. Scratch is similar to building blocks, and programs can be written by dragging and dropping. Therefore, Scratch looks more visual, intuitive and easy to operate. Students can easily make their own works!
BPI:bit for Scratch2
Here's how Scratch2 works on Linux ARM hardware running on Bananapi M64,and development for BPI:bit
Learn how to burn image first, take a look, and then burn this firmware: s2mb_firmware.bin.
Note: that we can change the name to firmware.bin, otherwise the hardware will not be recognized.
There is no need to unplug the hardware after the burn. The hardware is now ready to complete.
Install Scratch2 on Windows system
To access the Scratch 2.0 editor, install Adobe AIR first and then Scratch Offline editor.
then open the s2m-bpi-bit.sb2 file with Scratch2
Now you can see more blocks:
Make sure it works:
Now open s2m-windows.exe and you will see that the green light has been turned on. Start using it.
If you don't insert the hardware, it will prompt you.