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In this tutorial, we'll see how to scan the WiFi networks with Zerynth.
We’ll use Zerynth Studio to program the microcontroller-based board in Python.
Zerynth simplifies and speeds up IoT development allowing programming in Python or hybrid C/Python the most popular 32-bit microcontrollers and connecting them to the leading Cloud Infrastructures like AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, IBM Watson, Ubidots, and many more.Required Material
You need a board. You can select one of the 32-bit microcontroller devices supported by Zerynth. We’ve chosen the WiPy3.0 with the Expansion Board 3.0 by Pycom (read Zerynth documentation here).
You also need:
Zerynth Studio, a powerful IDE for embedded programming in Python that enables the IoT. You can download it here.Assembling
No assembling required.Programming
Clone and uplink the Zerynth example "WifiScan" as shown in the video. Open the Serial Monitor and wait the scan to finish in order to see the list of available WiFi networks.