BlocklyProp Block Reference for the Scribbler 3 Robot.
BlocklyProp Block Reference for multicore Propeller microcontroller development boards, including the Activity Board WX, AcitivtyBot Robot, and Propeller FLiP (coming soon!).
Interested in what the Board of Education Shield has to offer for your classroom, or DIY projects? This article goes over hardware details and how to use it with KickStart demo wiring diagrams.
Get to know the Propeller Activity Board! This article introduces some basic hardware details and explains how to use the Activity Board in any KickStart demo.
This article describes basic hardware details of the Arduino Uno Board, and outlines how to determine compatibility between KickStart demo wiring diagrams (designed for the Uno) and other Arduino Boards.
This article introduces you to the Parallax Serial Terminal. It will go over what it is, how to set it up properly, and how it is used when working with your Propeller device.
This KickStart article explains what a Propeller Object is, and how to use them when programming your Propeller device via the Propeller Tool software.
This article explains what an Arduino library is, and how to use them when programming your Arduino device.
Our Propeller Spin objects and Propeller C Libraries are offered under the MIT License.
Air temperature plays a significant role in the speed that sound travels. This concept becomes very important when you measure distance or navigate your robot using ultrasonic sensors like the PING))). Check out this reference to learn how to calculate and compensate for these effects, and also to learn a bit more about why it happens.