Once the firmware is installed, you can start coding.

  1. Go to Pybricks Code.
  2. Use the Bluetooth button to connect to your Pybricks Hub.
  3. Press run to start your program.

Pybricks Code

Running an example program

To get started, just copy and paste this snippet:

from pybricks.pupdevices import Motor
from pybricks.parameters import Port, Stop
from pybricks.tools import wait

# We'll use two motors. One is a dial
# to set the speed of the other motor.
motor = Motor(Port.B)
dial = Motor(Port.A)

# Say hello :)
print("Hello, Pybricks!")

# First, we'll move the dial to zero.
dial.run_target(500, 0, Stop.COAST)

while True:
    # Set the speed based on dial angle
    speed = dial.angle()*3
    if abs(speed) < 100:
        speed = 0

    # Run motor at desired speed

    # Wait briefly, then repeat

Using Pybricks offline

Instead of working in your browser, you can install Pybricks locally:

  1. Open the settings tab with the icon.
  2. Click on Install as App and follow the on-screen instructions.

To uninstall, click the ⋮ menu in the top and click Uninstall. Note that this only removes the app from your computer.