ESP32 unboxing!

Santa came early this year! Espressif has sent me one of the early test boards of the new kid in IoT town, the ESP32. Compared to the ESP8266 which kind of dominated the hacker space in the last 12 months the ESP32 is very powerful! …

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ESP8266 OLED display library release

Recently I released a new version of the esp8266-oled–ssd1306 library. This library allows you to control these wonderful little displays from a ESP8266 with little effort. When I first wrote the library for the WeatherStation I had the problem that 128×64 pixels never seemed enough space …

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WeatherStation Code published & New Shop available

Several ESP8266 hackers contacted me to finally publish the new WeatherStation code. Here it is: https://github.com/squix78/esp8266-weather-station It is not yet working as smoothly as I want it to work but maybe some of you can help me getting rid of the nasty issues that were …

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ESP8266 Weather Station Preview Video

The Weather Station code comes with a clock, current conditions such as temperature, humidity, pressure and precipitation, as well as a  3 day weather forecast. Get a glimpse here: Want to get one yourself? Order one in the shop!

ESP8266: NodeMCU Motor Shield Review

If you want to engage with your ESP8266 into robotics there is now an almost ready-to-go solution: the NodeMCU Motor Shield. If my research is correct then it was the Doctors of Intelligence & Technology (http://doit.am/) who created it and also are offering some LUA …

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