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Week 11: Networking with ESP8266

For this week I set out to make a board that will show realtime MBTA bus arrival times using the ESP8266 wifi module and a LCD. Seemed doable. People of the internet have been excited about the ESP8266 lately. Here is a snapshot of google trends for searches for esp8266 vs couple of other arduino favorite processors. That's the rough plan. I run the atmega32u4 and the LCD at 5V. The ESP8266 I power at 3.3V ...

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Week 11: Networking with ESP8266

For this week I set out to make a board that will show realtime MBTA bus arrival times using the ESP8266 wifi module and a LCD. Seemed doable. People of the internet have been excited about the ESP8266 lately. Here is a snapshot of google trends for searches for esp8266 vs couple of other arduino favorite processors. That's the rough plan. I run the atmega32u4 and the LCD at 5V. The ESP8266 I power at 3.3V ...

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Meet ESP32, New Big Brother to IoT Board ESP8266

The ESP8266 chip, and the boards based around it, have been the new hot new thing this past year. Overnight it became — almost by stealth — one of the leading platforms for the Internet of Things. This runaway success quickly gathered a community, and it’s possible Espressif Systems may repeat that next year with their new ESP32 chip. About a month ago the makers of the ESP8266 started trailing their next p ...

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How to Make Two ESP8266 Talk

Writing Your Server Script Don’t forget that first you need to flash both your ESPs with NodeMCU firmare. Copy and paste the code below into ESPlorer. Summary: The ESP Server acts as an Access Point and it has its own SSID=test and Password=12345678. The server is continuously listening for a connection, when it successfully establishes a connection and receives a message prints that string on the serial mo ...

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Posting a Tweet with the ESP8266

Writing Your Lua Script Don’t forget that first you need to flash your ESP with NodeMCU firmare. Copy and paste the code below into ESPlorer. Then edit line 5 with your network credentials and line 13 with your API KEY. -- Rui Santos -- Complete project details at http://randomnerdtutorials.com wifi.setmode(wifi.STATION) wifi.sta.config("YOUR_NETWORK_NAME","YOUR_NETWORK_PASSWORD") -- A simple http client co ...

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