Oplà IoT Kit gets Italian, Spanish, German and French translations
A big part of the Oplà IoT Kit’s value comes from its online content. When you get the kit, one of the first tasks is to visit opla.arduino.cc, where a host of awesome resources are available.
And now it’s expanding on its usefulness by adding four new languages to the content.
Let’s Talk About the Oplà
The Oplà IoT Kit is a very powerful and fully featured learning tool. It’s also got everything an experienced maker needs for a connected project, of course, but if you’re new to Arduino the Oplà is a fantastic introduction.
The kit is supported by its very own website, which offers getting started guides for the bundled MKR IoT Carrier and for Arduino Cloud. The entire kit is all about building IoT projects, so the Cloud is an essential part of that, and it’s important to learn your way around it just as much as the hardware and sensors.
Project guides include a host of great ways to learn about the Oplà IoT Kit, from remote controlled lights to weather stations, security alarms and even a solar system tracker. So it’s easy to see how this online resource ramps up the usability of the kit significantly.
The good news is that it’s now even more useful, thanks to a range of new translations. French, German, Spanish and Italian speaking users can switch the entire Oplà site’s content into their native language. There’s a selector button in the top right corner of the screen that changes all the posts into your preferred language.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on it, especially from makers who speak these newly added languages natively. Anything we can do to improve, just let us know. In the meantime, grab your Oplà IoT Kit and dive into all that delicious multilingual content!