I would like to know if the implement of blynk is as reliable and as easy as with python language on esp ?
Are there some examples, i see only c++ examples in the blynk documentation.
I think it’s fair to say that the C++ library is much more mature, and much better supported than the Python/uPython libraries.
There are some examples here:
As the support for the free versions of Blynk are via this forum, and the user base for the Python variants are smaller, then you’re probably going to have to figure a lot of the stuff out yourself.
Personally, I’d say that unless you have some very strong reason for going down the Python route, I’d say that C++ is the way to go.
I see you are always here to give some good advices !
I’m agree with you. I was interested to try micropython with esp microcontrollers because i learn this language but i will do not use it with blynk because of the the worst integration.
Well, I’m using micropython on esp32 and it works just fine with BlynkLib 2.0. For some ideas, just search for ‘python’ in this forum.
My project is needing a delay and I am using micropython with ESP8266. I do see a lot C++ codes with timers. Can you provide guidance on how to get delay with micropython.
I’m afraid not. The only programming language I use with ESP8266’s is C++.
Blynk’s “officialish” Python library supports timers…