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  • ESP8266 Programming Over Wi-Fi (OTA) With Arduino IDE (Mac and Windows)
    In this video we go over the process, step-by-step, of how to use the Arduino IDE for programming your ESP8266 wirelessly (Over-The-Air), that is, without being connected to the computer's USB port. We've covered in other videos how to use the Arduino IDE to upload code to your ESP8266. We've done this by connecting the board over USB to a computer, and using the IDE's upload function. In this ...
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  • ESP8266 Web Client: Accessing API's Using Arduino IDE
    In this video we go over the process, step-by-step, of how to write code in the Arduino IDE for running a web client on the ESP8266. We've covered in other videos how to serve data from the ESP8266 to clients requesting it, and here we outline how to use the microcontroller itself to request the data from other servers. We choose the Weather Underground servers as the ones where to send the requ...
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  • ESP8266 Wi-Fi Modes: Station vs. Access Point Using Arduino IDE
    In this video we go over the process of how to use your ESP8266 in two modes: Station (STA) and Access Point (AP). In short, STA mode allows the ESP8266 to connect to a Wi-Fi network (e.g., the one created by your wireless router) whereas AP mode allows it to create its own network and have other devices (e.g., your phone) connect to it! In this video we go, step-by-step, over the process of how...
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  • ESP8266 Web Address With mDNS Using Arduino IDE (Mac and Windows)
    In this video we go over the process of how to assign an easy-to-remember web address (http://esp8266-01.local) to your ESP8266 using Multicast DNS (mDNS). We go, step-by-step, over the process of how to write code in the Arduino IDE for assigning the web address to a Webserver running on the ESP8266. One of the most common tasks when using the ESP8266 is setting it up as a device that connects ...
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  • ESP8266 Webserver Data With JavaScript Client Using Arduino IDE (Mac and Windows)
    In this video we show how to send data to, and process it on, an ESP8266 Webserver using a client application written in JavaScript. We start with the Webserver code we set up in another video (https://youtu.be/m2fEXhl70OY), and add a route where to send the data, which calls the function to process the JSON object and extract the included parameters (more details: https://youtu.be/Edbxyl2BhyU). ...
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  • ESP8266 Webserver Data With Python Client Using Arduino IDE (Mac and Windows)
    In this video we show how to send data to, and process it on, an ESP8266 Webserver using a client application written in Python. We start with the Webserver code we set up in another video (https://youtu.be/m2fEXhl70OY), and add a route where to send the data, which calls the function to process the JSON object and extract the included parameters (more details: https://youtu.be/Edbxyl2BhyU). We ...
Acrobotic Industries
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  • ESP8266 Webserver Data Using POST Requests and JSON In Arduino IDE (Mac and Windows)
    In this video we show how to send data to, and process it on, an ESP8266 Webserver. We start with the Webserver code we set up in another video (https://youtu.be/m2fEXhl70OY), and add a route where to send the data, which calls the function to process the JSON object and extract the included parameters. We use the JSON-formatted data to specify the pan and tilt of a servo-powered USB camera moun...
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  • ESP8266 Webserver Data Using URL Query String In Arduino IDE (Mac and Windows)
    In this video we show how to send data to, and process it on, an ESP8266 Webserver. We start with the Webserver code we set up in another video (https://youtu.be/m2fEXhl70OY), and add a route where to send the data, which calls a function to process the URL arguments. We build a query string where we use the URL arguments to specify the number and colors of a strip of 'pixel' LEDs. We go over t...
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  • ESP8266 Webserver Step-By-Step Using Arduino IDE (Mac and Windows)
    In this video we go over the process, step-by-step, of how to write code in the Arduino IDE for getting a Webserver running. One of the most common tasks when using the ESP8266 is setting it up as a device that connects to a network and responds to traffic on it (i.e., a Webserver). Though several code samples exist already, we wanted to explain in detail what you need. Video editing/production:...
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Acrobotic Industries
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  • Raspberry Pi 3 Getting Started Guide
    In this video tutorial we show you how to get started with the Raspberry Pi single-board computer. This includes preparing (flashing) an SD Card with an Operating System, connecting necessary peripherals, and configuring some options after the first boot of the system! Below are relevant links as mentioned in the video. Video editing/production: Zahari Schtonov (https://twitter.com/zwaves) ACRO...
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  • ESP8266 Custom iOS App: Control IoT Hardware From Your iPhone!
    This video will show you how to program an ESP8266 Serial to Wi-Fi module to run a web application that will control two LEDs in response to requests over http. We use Xcode and Swift 2 to build a basic iOS App that allows us to issue http requests to control the state of the LEDs. Video editing/production: Zahari Schtonov (https://twitter.com/zwaves) ACROBOTIC Development Board for ESP8266: htt...
Acrobotic Industries
Acrobotic Industries
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  • ESP8266 Sensor Data Visualization Using Ubidots (DHT-11/DHT-22)
    Visualize your data with ease on the web! In this tutorial, we visualize Temperature and Humidity data using our ESP8266 (ESP-12E) Development Board, and the popular DHT-11 Temperature and Humidity Sensor. We use the free service Ubidots (ubidots.com) through their public API to publish the data on the web. Finally, the site's built-in widgets allow us to quickly plot a time series of the Tempe...
Acrobotic Industries
Acrobotic Industries
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  • ESP8266 Running Python Using MicroPython
    In this video tutorial we show you how to load a specific firmware to the ESP8266 (ESP-12E) Development Board, which allows you to program it using the Python programming language. You'll need to have your ESP8266 recognized by your Operating System, which we cover in another video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6CqvhXpBKM). Please find below the relevant links as mentioned in the video. Vid...
Acrobotic Industries
Acrobotic Industries
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  • ESP8266 Running JavaScript Using Espruino
    In this video tutorial we show you how to load a specific firmware to the ESP8266 (ESP-12E) Development Board, which allows you to program it using the JavaScript programming language. You'll need to have your ESP8266 recognized by your Operating System, which we cover in another video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6CqvhXpBKM). Please find below the relevant links as mentioned in the video. ...
Acrobotic Industries
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  • ESP8266 Remote Monitoring and Control With MQTT Using Arduino and Cayenne (Mac and Windows)
    Wondering how to monitor and control your ESP8266 remotely, from anywhere in the world? In this video we go over the process, step-by-step, of how to write code in the Arduino IDE and program your ESP8266. The code allows the ESP8266 to communicate with the myDevices Cayenne platform (https://cayenne.mydevices.com). Cayenne allows us to monitor and control the ESP8266 through a very intuitive Da...
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