Tag Archives: Microcontrollers

ESP32 / ESP8266: Class constructors

The objective if this post is to give an introduction on class constructors. The tests on the ESP32 were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board. The tests on the ESP8266 were performed on a DFRobot’s ESP8266 FireBeetle board. Advertisements

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ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino: The typedef keyword

In this tutorial we will check how to use the typedef keyword to create aliases for data types, on the Arduino core running on the ESP32 and on the ESP8266. The tests on the ESP32 were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device … Continue reading

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ESP32 / ESP8266 Arduino: Serial communication with Python

The objective of this post is to explain how to establish a Serial connection between a Python program and an Arduino program running on the ESP8266 and on the ESP32. The tests on the ESP32 were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated … Continue reading

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Micro:bit: MicroPython support

The objective of this post is to explain how to configure the  micro:bit board to support MicroPython and create a simple “Hello World” program.

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ESP32 Espruino: Array map method

The objective of this post is to explain how to use JavaScript array map method to apply a transformation to a given array, on Espruino running on the ESP32. The tests were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board.

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ESP32 JavaScript: Getting started with Espruino

The objective of this post is to explain how to get started using Espruino, a JavaScript interpreter for microcontrollers, on the ESP32. This tutorial was created on Windows (version 8.1) and was tested on a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board.

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ESP32 MicroPython: External interrupts

The objective of this post is to explain how to use external pin interrupts on MicroPython running on the ESP32. The tests were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board.

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