In relation to a recent ESPRESSObin GPIO LED blinking tutorial, the ESPRESSObin team designed ESPRESSObin SBC part which can be easily imported into Fritzing, a popular, open source Electronic Design Automation software for everyone interested in physical computing and prototyping. ESPRESSObin users can now draw ESPRESSObin-powered circuits in a drag-n-drop way and share their designs with other users. Below you can see an example drawing with the ESPRESSObin board made in Fritzing:

ESPRESSObin_GPIO_example

For now, the ESPRESSObin part is only available in the form of an .FZPZ file, a standard .ZIP file generated by Fritzing. The .FZPZ file contains all ESPRESSObin SVG images and FPZ part file, and can be opened as any other .ZIP archive. You can download the .ZIP archive containing the .FZPZ file from here:

ESPRESSObin_Fritzing_fzpz

After downloading and extracting, simply import the .FZPZ into Fritzing by clicking File -> Open and selecting the ESPRESSObin.fzpz file. You can then right click on the board in breadboard view and select Add to bin -> My Parts after which ESPRESSObin will be stored in your personal bin for future uses. The part is only made for educational purposes and we do not guarantee its correctness.

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