Scratch 2.0 now available for Raspberry Pi

Scratch lets you write code to control and respond to components connected to the GPIO (General Purpose Input and Output) pins on a Raspberry Pi, and there’s a new version of it available from today. Interacting with GPIO pins in Scratch 2.0 is easier than before, with custom blocks for setting the pin output (and getting the current pin state) replacing the old text-based broadcast instructions. But that’s not all that’s new. SEE ALSO: Raspberry Pi to merge with CoderDojo Scratch 2.0 offers some additional features, including the ability to create custom blocks and clones of sprites. The new version… [Continue Reading]

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