Enums (and interfaces) can be shared between simulator and the target libraries if you put them in the library, in .d.ts file, and then reference these files from the simulator.

Compilation to ARM native code

If your target platform is ARM Mbed compatible, PXT will be able to compile programs to ARM machine code in browser. We recommend to contact the team to help you get started on this topic.

Async functions

PXT support cooperative multithreading and implicit async functions. See more.

Offline Support

If your simulator references images or external resources then it might not work when offline. You can fix this by configuring the service worker for the simulator that PXT creates. Inside of your target’s sim/public folder, add a file named workerConfig.js with the following contents:

    urls: []

Any URLs that are placed in the urls array will be cached along with the other simulator files. If the URLs are located in the sim/public folder of your target, you can reference them like so: /sim/myFile.png. The /sim/ path component will be automatically patched by PXT into the full URL for the resource.

Warning: Make sure that all URLs added to this array exist. If any of these URLs fail to resolve, the service worker will not install and the simulator will not be cached offline.