The key feature of PiBakery is the ability to create a customised version of Raspbian that you write directly to your Raspberry Pi. This works by creating a set of scripts that run when the Raspberry Pi has been powered on, meaning that your Pi can automatically perform setup tasks, and you don’t need to configure anything.
The scripts are created using a block based interface that is very similar to Scratch. If you’ve used Scratch before, you already know how to use PiBakery. Simply drag and drop the different tasks that you want your Raspberry Pi to perform, and they’ll be turned into scripts and written to your SD card. As soon as the Pi boots up, the scripts will be run.
Always Be Up To Date
With a new Raspbian image published by the Raspberry Pi Foundation every few months, it can be hard keeping up to date with the latest version.
When a new version of Raspbian is released, all PiBakery users will be asked if they would like to update to this version to use for all future installs.