This short post will discuss how we can read sensor values coming from a Light Dependent Resistor (LDR) or a photoresistor using an ESP32 board.
This post discusses how we can control our robot car using ESP32 Websockets. We are using our mobile phones in controlling the directions and speed settings of our robot car by sending websocket message between our phone browser and the asynchronous websocket server running in our ESP3
This project tutorial series will discussed how to create your own ESP8266 Web Server using the NodeMCU module. The web server application that we are gonna be creating is used to control our electronic components.
This post discusses how we can make our NodeMCU ESP8266 Web Server more responsive and reduce the page refresh or flickering using the AJAX or XMLHttpRequest API.
In this post we are going to discuss how we can control our electronic components using our mobile phone thru the use of the ESP8266 NodeMCU Web Server. We connect to our web server thru our mobile phones browser and control whatever components we like.
In this post we are going to show how to install the Add On (ESP8266 Core) developed by the ESP8266 community so that you can program this chip using your Arduino IDE.
In this article we are going to program our Arduino RFID Database Security System. We will configure the Arduino to read the MFRC522 RFID Reader and retrieve the RFID code. The RFID code is then sent thru the ESP8266 ESP-01 through serial communication.
This post discusses how to create an Application that will connect to our database to retrieve valid RFID Codes. This is part of our Arduino RFID Database Security System
This article describes how to design an Arduino RFID Security System that uses the ESP8266 ESP-01 to communicate with the database
In this article I am going to discuss how we can create our database for our RFID Security System. The following database that we are creating will be use in the future Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESp8266, ESP32 or other MCU so stay tuned for future articles.