If you’re working with students ready for the next step in their coding adventure and need a language which combines the ease of drag-and-drop graphical icons with increased functionality from text-based entry – this is for you.
EdWare, the original Edison robot programming language, is easy to learn and offers a robust next-step in coding education.
EdWare is a hybrid graphical robot programming language for the Edison robot. EdWare combines the ease of drag-and-drop graphical icons with increased functionality from text-based entry. The result is a robot programming language that is easy to learn and offers a robust next-step in coding education.
EdWare’s graphical icons are controlled by a unique feature, the properties box. This feature allows the main programming section to contain just a simple icon structure to represent the program, while the details of each icon are controlled individually in the properties box. EdWare allows users to create and control variables during the program flow, allowing Edison to have a ‘memory’ of past events and react in more interesting ways to sensor inputs.