June 26, 2019
We have been testing Edison for a couple of months now and I think they are a great tool for teaching programming. I do, however, see a major issue in our situation and would like to know if anyone has faced the same challenge. We are creating an initiative to promote logical thinking and programming skills to kids in small towns in South America. Most of the time they do not have reliable Internet access. We have tried other robots but Edison so far is the best. In the forums I have seen a couple of posts asking about the same thing but it is clear that, at this point, offline versions of either tool is not in scope. My question is: have any of you dealt with the same situation? If so, have you managed to find a solution?
August 24, 2015
There is an offline version for EdWare available. Of course, EdWare is considered retired and is no longer undergoing support or updates. However, you are still able to program the Edison and have fun learning with Edison.
You can find it under 'Additional Resources' at: https://meetedison.com/edware-retired/