MicroBlocks to Snap! Bridge - by John Maloney
|The Snap!Bridge program allows Snap! and MicroBlocks to communicate.
When run on a micro:bit, it reports both sensor values and pins.
It also supports the MakerBit and HyperDuino extension boards.
The program can be copied and modifies to support other boards.
SNAP! Arcade - by John Maloney, Glen Bull, and Jo Watts
|The Snap! Arcade project combines an arcade game developed in Snap!
and run on a Raspberry Pi with a joystick and button control panel
programmed in MicroBlocks.
microblocks_snap_messaging - by John Maloney
|This library allows Snap! and MicroBlocks to communicate via
text messages as a fast, simple alternative to vm2snap library.
vm2snap - by Turgut Guneysu
|The library blocks presented here enable SNAP to exchange information with
a MicroBlocks project, including the names and values of variables, the board
type, and any messages that have been broadcast.
This library is useful for understanding the MicroBlocks serial protocol,
but the Snap!Bridge program offers a simpler API.
snap2mb - by Turgut Guneysu
|Use the OLED1306-09 Library of MicroBlocks to display images on the
OLED displays, by importing processed image data and corresponding
code blocks from SNAP.