PlatformIO development platform for BK7231 and RTL8710 IoT chips.
The main goal of this project is to provide a usable build environment for IoT developers. While also providing vendor SDKs as PlatformIO cores, the project focuses on developing working Arduino-compatible cores for supported families. The cores are inspired by Espressif's official core for ESP32, which should make it easier to port/run existing ESP apps on less-common, unsupported IoT modules.
There's an ESPHome port based on LibreTiny, which supports BK7231 and RTL8710B chips.
Note: this project is work-in-progress.
See LICENSE. Project is licensed under MIT License.
Parts of the code may come from third parties, vendor SDKs or other open-source projects. Most of these files are marked with appropriate copyright/author/license notices.
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