Microbit Halo Programmable Expansion Board Tutorial 0.1 methods of Graphical programming
1.First connect the micro:bit to the computer with the data cable. At this time, the computer will have a micro:bit U disk.
Open the USB flash drive and click on the micro:bit URL as shown in Figure1-1 below to enter the micro:bit official website. You can enter this web address directly in your browser: http://microbit.org/.
2.After successfully entering the URL, we can click on the English at the top ri-ght of the interface as shown in Figure1-2 below to switch the language of the entire interface.
3.If you don't need to switch languages, continue to click [Let's code] at the top of the interface shown in Figure 1-3. At this point we will enter a new interface.
4. After entering a new page, click [Let's code] at the bottom of the interface shown in Figure1-4 below, and you will be able to enter the MakeCode editor.
5.After clicking, we will enter the interface shown in Figure1-5 below. We need to click [New Project] in the lower left corner to enter the MakeCode editor.
6. The interface shown in Figure1- 6 below is the micro:bit online programming interface we need to use.
7.You can build your own blocks for programming. After setting up the program blocks, we can name the program ourselves, and then click [Download] to download the program, as shown in Figure 1-7. We can set the download path to micro:bit U disk, or directly to the computer, and then copy it to the micro:bit U disk, as shown in Figure 1-8.
8.The indicator light on the back of the micro:bit motherboard will flash during the download. After the download is complete, the indicator light stops flashing and we can see the corresponding experimental phenomena and effects.
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