@GEMSLPC We recommend using Blockly because we are actively maintaining that site and can offer support. Blockly will run on most Windows, Mac, and Chromebook computers. Chrome is very easy to update and oftentimes it updates automatically. Unless the student's computer is an old laptop that may not have Bluetooth BLE built-in, you should not have any issues using Blockly in the class.
Chromium is not a stable browser so we recommend using Google Chrome for programming in Blockly for both CoDrone and CoDrone Mini. Chromium had trouble pairing to CoDrone so please use Google Chrome! Chromebooks, Mac, and Windows are all welcome for Block coding as long as you have a USB port on your device. Thanks for your question!
@Joe I responded on your other thread as well, but please use Blockly which doesn't need a driver. Do you mind sharing where you are getting this information about a driver so that we can take those lessons down? Thank you!
@joe We have removed support for Snap! and we have officially transitioned to Blockly because the drivers are not compatible with Chromebooks. Blockly is compatible with MacOS, Windows, and Chromebooks and you do not need the BLE board. All of our setup information and lessons can be found here!
@ronan1 Our documentation for getting the sensor data is listed here. I hope you find this data useful for your project! I have seen projects before that display live sensor data in a GUI but I am not sure if this what you were looking for. Good luck!