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ESP32 Espruino: Get SDK version, free heap and software reset

In this tutorial we will check how to use some ESP32 specific functionalities on Espruino. We will analyze how to obtain the SDK version, the number of free bytes available on the heap and how to perform a software reset … Continue reading

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ESP32 Arduino: Obtaining MAC address of stations connected to soft AP

In this tutorial we will check how to obtain the number of stations connected to a soft AP  hosted by the ESP32, running the Arduino core. We will also obtain their MAC addresses.  The tests were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP32 … Continue reading

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ESP32 Espruino: Deserializing JSON

In this tutorial we will check how to deserialize a JSON string in an object, using Espruino running on the ESP32. The tests were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP32 module integrated in a ESP32 development board.

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ESP8266 Arduino: Getting HTTP Response headers

In this post we are going to check how to obtain the headers of the response of an HTTP request, using the Arduino core on the ESP8266. The tests of this tutorial were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP8266 FireBeetle board.

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ESP32 Espruino: Converting an object to a JSON string

In this tutorial, we will check how to convert an object to a JSON string using Espruino on the ESP32. The tests were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP32 module integrated in a ESP32 development board.

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ESP32 Espruino: Listing property names of objects

In this tutorial, we will check how to obtain the property names of a JavaScript object created on Espruino, running on the ESP32. The tests were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP32 module integrated in a ESP32 development board.

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Raspberry Pi: using a 10.1” display

The objective of this post is to analyze a 10.1″ display for the Raspberry Pi. The display was tested on a Raspberry Pi 3 model B+.

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