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Extending GPIOs of ESP8266-01 and IoT || Exploring ESP8266:Part 3

Hello all! This instructable happens to be part 3 of my ESP series where I continue to experiment and explore the various features of the ESP 8266-01 board. In the first and second part of the series I have mentioned the wonderful capability of this little board to support I2C communication and also interfaced the …

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Butterfly & Ladybug, STM32L4-Based Arduino-Programable Development Boards

Arduino boards are very useful for beginners to get started with building hardware projects. But at some point, more powerful controller than the Arduino’s 8 MHz one will be needed, featuring faster clock rate, floating point engine, and rich peripherals. As Kris Winer found, the code editors and compilers for these controllers aren’t as simple …

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ESP8266 controlled with Android app (MIT App Inventor)

In this project, you’re going to build an Android app using the MIT App Inventor software that allows you to control the ESP8266 GPIOs. First, watch the video demonstration To learn more about the ESP8266 use the following tutorials as a reference: Getting started with the ESP8266 ESP8266 web server with NodeMCU Flashing NodeMCU firmware ESP8266 troubleshooting …

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