Once the firmware is installed, you can start coding.
- Go to Pybricks Code.
- Use the Bluetooth button to connect to your Pybricks Hub.
- Press run to start your program.
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 motor.run(speed) # Wait briefly, then repeat wait(10)
Using Pybricks offline
Instead of working in your browser, you can install Pybricks locally:
- Open the settings tab with the ⚙ icon.
- 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. To restore the original firmware on the hub, see the next section.