Piper Make is a super easy and fun way to make projects with a Raspberry Pi Pico. It uses blocks just like Scratch so you don't need any programming experience to use it. This guide will take you through the steps of setting up your Raspberry Pi Pico for use with Piper Make and show you how to make a macro pad.

Piper Make uses CircuitPython with a helper library. If you want to see how to use the Pi Pico with CircuitPython without Piper, click below:

Please note that at this time, only the Raspberry Pi Pico is supported by Piper Make. At the time of writing, other RP2040 boards like the Feather RP2040 aren't directly supported.

Make sure that your browser is up to date since Piper Make requires serial libraries that are only in recent versions of your browser. Also note that Piper make only supports Chrome and Edge

Parts

The Raspberry Pi foundation changed single-board computing when they released the Raspberry Pi computer, now they're...
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75 flexible stranded core wires with stiff ends molded on in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, brown, black and white. These are a major improvement over the "box of bent...
$4.95
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This is a 'full-size' breadboard, 830 tie points. Good for small and medium projects. It's 2.2" x 7" (5.5 cm x 17 cm) with a standard double-strip in the middle...
$5.95
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Little clicky switches are standard input "buttons" on electronic projects. These work best in a PCB but can be...
$5.95
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This here is your standard A to micro-B USB cable, for USB 1.1 or 2.0. Perfect for connecting a PC to your Metro, Feather, Raspberry Pi or other dev-board or...
$2.95
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As technology changes and adapts, so does Adafruit! Rather than the regular USB A, this cable has USB C to Micro B plugs!USB C is the latest...
$3.50
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This guide was first published on Apr 22, 2021. It was last updated on 2021-04-22 09:12:27 -0400.

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