Refers to the real-time execution mode. After connecting the hardware to PC via the USB cable and flash the firmware, the Microduino’s hardware can do real-time program execution by clicking the “green flag” on top of the stage. (Supports Scratch and Python languages)
Note: 1. You need to flash the corresponding product firmware before use. 2. Can interact with the stage (such as controlling the movement of the sprite). 3. Can not run without plugging in the USB cable.
Refers to uploading a user-written program to the Microduino’s hardware control board, and then the hardware can automatically execute the program every time when the power is on. (Support Scratch and Arduino language)