That’s the video I used to setup PyCharm along with my ESP8266 as I am currently learning micropython.
Very useful indeed.
I don’t know if it is possible but I noticed that whenever flashing the ESP with my code it is doing a soft reset but you need a hard reset for the code to actually run in the ESP….don’t know if in PyCharm it would be possible to force a Hard reset instead of soft once the code has been pushed?
Gary, thanks for sharing that. I’ll take a look.
Eric, I think you always need to hard reset the ESP32. At least you have to do that even when you program it with Arduino IDE.
But, I don’t know if there are any tricks.
Hi Sara, yes I guess it depends on the device and the programming environment. I use M5Stack Core devices a lot on VSCode/PIO and there’s no need to hard reset manually.
Talking about M5Stack, in case you don’t know the company and their devices I would highly suggest having a look. That could also be a good source for new RnT articles 😉
Thanks for the clarification.
Yes, we have some M5stack devices. The M5-stick and another that comes with modules and screen and sensors (I don’t remember the name). But, I have them here are at the office. I just need some time to create some articles about them…