I run robotics and coding classes for young kids in Cape Town, South Africa. We use only the S2 Scribbler robot with either the GUI or Blockly since we're dealing with quite young children with no prior coding or computer science experience.
A number of schools are switching to iPad and I was wondering if it would be possible to run BlocklyProp on an iPad (I've seen that the Prop Loader iOS is available) and then upload the code to an S2 with perhaps a slight modification if needed? Either a Fluke or something hopefully a bit more cost effective since it doesn't have the exposed hacker port like the S3.
Your advice on this would be appreciated tremendously!
Sarina from EDRO