I've never used Scratch, but I want to add to it so it supports my upcoming Pi products.
From reading the forum, it seems there are two different versions of Scratch for the Pi:
and "a new Scratch"
http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... 77&t=66308
I will download and try them both shortly, but I'd appreciate feedback as to which one would be easier for a newbie to Scratch (but experienced) developer to extend for I/O expanders, ADC's, PWM control, servo control etc.
I've used both WiringPi and PiGPIO with great success for testing, but now I want to add support for Scratch.
I'd appreciate any and all feedback!
You forget one more "Pi_Scratch" more hardware Support 4hub/7hub i2c RTC & Temperature sensor, AD/DA, EEPROM
i2c 8,16,32,64,128 GPIO board, spi 16,32,64,128 GPIO board , GPIO relay, DC Motor, stepper Motor ,
GPIO 16x2 LCD ,20x4 LCD , 84x48 LCD, i2c 16x2 LCD, i2c 20x4 LCD, i2c PWM/servo board, 16x16 ,24x16 LED matrix
1-Wire DS18B20 Temperature Sensor, i2c BMP085 Barometric Pressure/Temperature/Altitude Sensor
Ultrasonic Distance Sensor , spi mcp3002/mcp4802 AD/DA , Maplin USB Robot ARM control ,
New i2c & GPIO LCD command , DHT22 Digital Temperature & Humidity Sensor ,IR- Line Hunting sensor,
IR -Flame sensor 6 DOF (Degrees of Freedom) Servo Robot Arm .....
IR- PIR Motion sensor
detail in the link