Two new(ish) things you can do with resin.io


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So there are two fairly new things you can do with resin.io

The first is running resin on the new Raspberry Pi ZERO. To be fair, this required very little work on our part because of its similarity to the first RPI.

The second is seamlessly running golang applications on ARM boards. Previously you’d have to compile the Go dependencies yourself as our QEMU builders couldn’t run the compilation. Now with the new native ARM builders you get the same experience as you would with any other language.

To celebrate :tada: , I put together the simplest of examples. It blinks an LED connected to the ZERO using the gobot framework.

blinky

It’s a silly example, but a great way to get my hands dirty with Go & rpi Zero.