Programming languages support under PINE64

My kids use Scratch too. There are a couple of versions. The web version does require Flash; however to @Luke's point, you can also install it in Linux in which case it is an older, non-flash version. My kids have used that and it works great.

Python is a good option too. The other option I like for new programmers is Turtle for Python. ( It runs great in a Linux desktop environment.

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RE: Programming languages support under PINE64 - by jl_678 - 06-03-2016, 10:00 AM

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