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The software section for the Mayfly shows some sample sketches which should be very useful in building user specific sketches. Can these be made available in a library somewhere so that they may be downloaded and used without having to retype the code? This would save considerable time and effort.
Hi Marion. I’m glad you’re finding the sketches helpful. There are a series of icons at the top right edge of the code snippet window; the function of each button should appear as a tooltip when you hover over it. Clicking on the fourth one (highlighted in attached image) should copy the entire sketch to your clipboard. Please let me know if these features are not appearing or working properly in your browser. Thanks!
Marion, if you haven’t already found it, there’s a repository on the EnviroDIY GitHub page where you can download all of the sample sketches that are currently listed on EnviroDIY, as well as some sample sketches for some workshops we did that use Grove sensors. I’m working hard to post some additional code online this week: