It’s a good news. Microsoft has released a FREE online tool for prototyping Raspberry Pi projects. And the whole thing is open source.
The test system has three zones, a get together region that shows the copied extend board, a coding range, and a coordinated comfort window that shows the yield of the code. At the present time the test system is somewhat essential and elements a recreated load up (like a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3) associated with a BME280 temperature, stickiness, and weight sensor and a LED. Microsoft has said it has plans to include extra sensors, data sources, and yields to the test system later on. In the long run clients will have the capacity to fabricate Pi ventures utilizing an intuitive interface to associate segments to the board in a way that will work with a physical Pi.
However the huge draw for this test system will be that Microsoft has made it totally open source. The source code is as of now accessible through GitHub so it might just be matter of time before the open source group begins including its own sensors, parts, and different capacities to the venture in front of Microsoft.
Clients will require a Microsoft Azure record to take full favorable position of the test system. At the present time the setup procedure is a long way from direct yet Microsoft has given an online manual for help with the procedure. There is additionally a demo of the test system accessible.