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Hi Alan,What you've written here is really helpful, thank you very much. However, it's not exactly matched with what I am doing now. I do not use Pymata as the client, but use Snap4Arduino to control a tiny robotic arm. What I would like to achieve is building a real-time controlling platform for the robotic arm, teenagers would get more fun during the coding process in S4A. In this case, using S4A rather than Pymata, can you please give some help (more detail would be perfect) to add new device support?Thanks a lot.Davis
All right. I will try to use Pymata and hope to get some inspiration from it. But finally I should go back to s4a and add some blocks in it, cause our students have already been familiar with the platform. Thanks anyway.Have a nice day.Davis
Going Beyond StandardFirmata - Adding New Device Support