Welcome to Good Questions! These posts help you get comfortable integrating different technologies with Pinoccio, and easily find what you need in our documentation.
We've just created a centralized, open-source bank of samples that you can work from – so you can get to a working prototype as fast as possible! It's on GitHub. If you're a beginning user, I really think you'll find them useful!
Importing an Arduino library? There are example bootstraps that you can load, with one or multiple libraries—supporting things from servos to touch sensors.
Building a Pinoccio-connected Web page? We've got working examples.
We'll also be building out a library of ScoutScript projects you can do with only the Scout's built-in LEDs and sensors.
If you're a more seasoned hacker, fork the repo and contribute your code. This project was first started by community members; we're just centralizing it. (I'll be adding those examples, with credit, as soon as I've verified them on my Scouts.)
When working with a new platform, most engineers like to start with basic, working examples and build up to a bigger project. You might end up searching Google to dredge up ancient blog posts, or trying experimental code from StackOverflow. We want to cultivate this strong sharing community, with a set of examples that are trusted and easy to find.
This information is now part of our Pinoccio Code docs.
Image: Compass by Stanislav Levin from The Noun Project