Raspberry Pi Foundation recently updated the GPIO Zero API for Raspberry Pi single-board computers (SBCs) to version 1.4, implementing some new features and improvements.
GPIO Zero is a very handful API (Application Programming Interface) that helps developers and device manufacturers to easily control GPIO-connected devices in the Python programming language, and the 1.4 release is now available for all Raspbian OS users with a bunch of goodies.
First off, there's now a handy "pinout" command-line tool included in the GPIO Zero API, which promises to make it easier for you to try out different programming styles so you can write more complex code and improve as a programmer, along with your coding skills, of course.
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