Getting Started With Scratch For microbit

Getting Started With Scratch For microbit

Learn how to get up and running with Scratch for microbit. Scratch is probably the most well known and widely used platforms for learning to code.  Since version 3, it's appeal has widened further as it now has native support for the micro:bit!
EduBlocks Editor For microbit Getting Started

EduBlocks Editor For microbit Getting Started

EduBlocks is a drag and drop blockly style coding editor that is based on Python. In this getting started guide, we cover the information you need to get up and running fast. Don't worry if you are new to Python and/or coding, once you learn the editor the rest will come in time.
Custom Kitronik :GAME ZIP 64 MakeCode Blocks

Custom Kitronik :GAME ZIP 64 MakeCode Blocks

We have just added our new custom :GAME ZIP 64 MakeCode Blocks to the Microsoft MakeCode Editor. The 14 blocks are specifically designed to make coding games as quick and painless as possible. Learn more here!
Getting Started With Microsoft MakeCode Editor

Getting Started With Microsoft MakeCode Editor

This Kitronik University Resource is a part of the BBC micro:bit partnership and is a basic guide for getting started with Microsoft MakeCode Editor. Find out more...
Getting Started with the Touch Develop Editor featured image

Getting Started with the Touch Develop Editor

The Touch Develop Editor centres around a code keyboard, making it perfect for writing code on a touch screen device or by using your mouse.
Getting Started with Microsoft Block Editor

Getting Started with Microsoft Block Editor

The Microsoft Block Editor is a drag and drop editor that provides a simple introduction to programming. Blocks snap together to build programs and are grouped by the type of function they do. When a group is selected, the commands in the whole group are highlighted and can be selected. It's a great introduction to programming for those with little or no experience.