Raspberry Pi progrmmer


vince kd7tww
 

Hello Group, morning!

There used be programming software much like Stich but different for the Pi. You would slide round "Blocks" and then add those to the proceeding programming menu, then build or burn the image. The software used to be on the Raspb Pi foundation website. "You move around blocks to program the Pi. Much like WYSIWYG. Vague memory, sorry? 
Anyone??

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73 de Vince KD7TWW


David Ranch
 


You're thinking of Scratch:

   https://scratch.mit.edu/

They shifted to having Scratch be accessed via a web interface but they also still make binaries available too ( https://scratch.mit.edu/download ). 

--David
KI6ZHD



On 10/02/2021 06:48 AM, vince kd7tww wrote:
Hello Group, morning!

There used be programming software much like Stich but different for the Pi. You would slide round "Blocks" and then add those to the proceeding programming menu, then build or burn the image. The software used to be on the Raspb Pi foundation website. "You move around blocks to program the Pi. Much like WYSIWYG. Vague memory, sorry? 
Anyone??

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73 de Vince KD7TWW