September 16, 2020 — 2 minutes
To date, there have been over 50,000 DroneBlocks missions saved for both Tello and DJI drones. We have been discussing the best way to make some of these missions available to the larger community and decided to release a “Code Board” feature. This feature will allow users to make their DroneBlocks drone missions public. A public mission will then show up on the board and can be upvoted for others to enjoy. Below you’ll find a snapshot of the Code Board from a few days ago:
To make your drone code available for others to enjoy all you need to do is login, access your mission list, and use the toggle switch to make it public. Here is what that looks like:
Now your DroneBlocks mission is available for the world to see! Another thing that I’ve been enjoying is looking through the Code Board and finding interesting missions to test in the new drone simulator. For example, one of our users created a simulated drone mission called “DroneBlocks Waving Flag”. He made extensive use of the curve block inside a loop that draws out a waving flag in the simulator. It’s actually quite genius and cool looking!
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