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If you wish to program the EV3 with Scratch, then check out this project on github: https://github.com/koen-dejonghe/ev3-scratch-helper-app This software is a so-called helper app, that interfaces between the Scratch 2.0 offline editor and the Lego Mindstorms EV3. The EV3 must be booted from Lejos (http://sourceforge.net/p/lejos/wiki/Home/), requires a ...


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No, you can use only Scratch 2.0


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I have used Scratch and I did use Lego Mindstorms. I would prefer Scratch because its easier to learn the codes and there is way more coding blocks. Just that its a bit harder to connect your robot to Scratch so just follow their instructions carefully. Hope this helped.


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No. Bluetooth on the computer you are using is necessary but you don't need a wifi dongle for either your computer or the ev3. If you are using the EV3+Scratch extension on scratchx.org, all you need is the scratch x plugin and a computer with Bluetooth (or a bluetooth dongle). Here is a good article about how to set everything up.


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On macOS, it is officialy supported, with the « New LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Home pre-release software for macOS ». I guess that will soon be the case on windows 🥳


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Scratch for LEGO Mindstorms EV3 One way is to use the open-source online programming environment Open Roberta Lab: http://lab.open-roberta.org there is also a wiki included for detailed information. Or just google Open Roberta at wikipedia. Everything is for free.


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