CyberPi series products can be programmed with mBlock 5 which provides a block-based graphical editor (the default editor, referred to as mBlock 5) and Python editor (referred to as mBlock-Python Editor).
Obtaining mBlock 5
Select the version applicable to your device. For example, if you use a PC, you can download the version for PCs or use mBlock 5 on the web.
Learning how to use mBlock 5
Before using mBlock 5 to program CyberPi series products, you need to know about some basic operations.
- Connect Devices
- Device Library and Extension Center
- Live and Upload Modes
- Programming Languages
- Interact with Sprites
For more information and help about mBlock 5, see the mBlock 5 Online Help.
mBlock 5 provides multiple types of blocks for CyberPi series products, and you can right-click a block to see the help for it.
Open mBlock-Python Editor
You can click the editor switching button on the upper-right of mBlock 5 on the web to go to mBlock-Python Editor.
Open mBlock-Python Editor by entering its URL address: https://python.mblock.cc
For more information, see “Open mBlock-Python Editor.”
Python API Documentations
The Python library cyberpi is provided for CyberPi series products. For details, see “Python API Documentation for CyberPi.”
Quick access to the Python API Documentation for CyberPi
On mBlock-Python Editor, click Tutorials on the toolbar, and then click Python API Documentation for CyberPi in the title list.