@vette99 You're right! We have a few edits we need to make to the docs. We'll make sure to update that. @robolink_whoseop can you make sure to fix the docs, and the library so they all use "takeoff()" instead of "takeOff()"?
Good catch, @vette99!
We've disabled the Chrome app's firmware update feature on the latest version (1.1.6 as of this post), since the bug seems to be a bit more persnickety than we anticipated. In the meantime, the most reliable way to update the CoDrone firmware would be to use our partner's "Petrone" app, which is available on Android and iOS.
The latest CoDrone firmware version is 50.18, and it has an important zero-out feature that prevents variables from a previous flight sequence from carrying over to the next flight sequence after you've hit a killswitch. Namely, if you ran a pitch = 70, then hit a killswitch, the old version might have pitch = 70 again when you run the sequence again.
You can see the tutorial for how to do that in 1H: Updating CoDrone at step #3.
I must say the program went very smoothly.. no challenges were faced during the workshop. Everything went as planned because the Rokit and coDrones made STEM session easy as 1-2-3. Girls loved the coDrones and they were thrilled to see their coDrones fly. They were rewarded with coDrones, thanks to Robolink - Mr. Hong to sponsor few coDrones for the event! We will make it a Workshop session during our SheSoft 2018-19 Championship and Conference scheduled in June 2019. Girls from 5th through 8th Grade or home equivalent within the USA and US Territories can participate in SheSoft championship and attend the conference. More details on shesoft.org.
I must also thank NCWIT/AspireIT and DCHA/dcConnectGirls to sponsor and allow me to be the program leader.