This tutorial is all about the Raspberry Pi – a pocket-sized computer that can teach you several computer science technologies, including writing in several programming languages, building an operating system, and even creating your own[…]
Ever wonder how an .ino file from the Arduino IDE finds its way to an Arduino microcontroller’s flash memory? Lend me a few minutes and we’ll learn them together. Overview The reason why Arduino programming[…]
In this tutorial, we are going to design a mobile platform that displays DHT data from an ESP8266 using the Blynk smartphone application. Blynk Blynk is a smartphone application that connects any hardware to the[…]
Espressif Systems has developed its own wireless protocol for its ESPx series of chips. It boasts a fast wireless connection without needing to connect to a WiFi network. Join me as we both discover what[…]
If you’re looking for a lightweight IoT communication protocol, and a server that is completely free that supports it, then sit tight! In this tutorial, we are going to create an MQTT broker using Adafruit[…]
If this tutorial is what you’ve been looking for, then that is cool! Sorry, I can’t help myself. In this tutorial, we explore IFTTT functions using an ESP8266. IFTT IFTTT, also known as If This[…]
In this tutorial, we are going to explore the pre-installed AT firmware inside the ESP8266. The AT Firmware The AT firmware is a pre-installed software in the ESP8266’s ROM (Read-Only Memory). It uses AT commands[…]
Are you itching to connect your Arduino projects to the internet? Then this tutorial is perfect for you. In this new series of articles, we explore the well-known ESP8266 chip. Introduction IoT (Internet of Things)[…]
Quite often, we want to place our sensors at locations where we have no access to a power outlet. The obvious solution is to add some solar panels and batteries to your project to make it run 24h / 7 days a week without the need to recharge it.
For the final part of the wired communication protocols series, we are going to discuss SPI, also known as Serial Peripheral Interface.