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scratch2 OFFLINE

by electronicadivertida.com

Published on November 7, 2014

littleBits extension for Scratch 2.0 OFFLINE,

https://github.com/electronicadivertida/scratch2LittleBits/tree/master


Connect littleBits to Scratch 2 Stand Alone.  


Must have
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- [littleBits](http://littlebits.cc)
- [littleBits Arduino bit](http://littlebits.cc/bits/arduino)
- [Editor Offline de Scratch 2](http://scratch.mit.edu/scratch2download/)
- [Arduino IDE](http://arduino.cc/en/main/software)
- [java](https://www.java.com/es/download/)


Links
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- [Scratch littleBits Extension ONLINE] (https://github.com/khanning)
- [src](https://github.com/electronicadivertida/scratch2LittleBits)
- [littleBits](http://littlebits.cc)
- [littleBits Arduino bit](http://littlebits.cc/bits/arduino)
- [Scratch 2.0](http://scratch.mit.edu)

Thanks
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https://github.com/khanning


Credits: thanks https://github.com/khanning

How To Make It

STEP 1

Attach a power bit to the Arduino bit

STEP 2

Connect the Arduino bit to the computer via USB cable

STEP 3

Turn on the power bit

STEP 4

Upload the littleBits_Scratch2.ino using the Arduino IDE. (Full instructions here: http://discuss.littlebits.cc/t/getting-started/109)

STEP 5

Execute with java -jar scratch2LittleBits.jar

STEP 6

Open Scratch 2.0 offline pulse SHIFT key and ```File``` and ```Import experimental HTTP extension```

STEP 7

Choose the scratch2LittleBitsDEF.json

STEP 8

Now you can access the littleBit blocks in the "More Blocks" tab

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