I wasn't kidding when I said I'd use Guide.js, my new framework for writing guides and tutorials. Here's a rewrite of my ESP8266 to LED tutorial. I think it's much neater than
I got my custom PCBs from iTEAD last week. So exciting, right? I plugged everything in and.... WARHN warhn (failure horn 📢). Problem So much trouble trying to figure out what's the issue. The
Picking up where we left off, I'm still on my way to create the cheap wifi connected, internet controlled motor. I think I found my perfect combination of awesome. Click on the diagram
In my previous post, I covered how to upload sketches using NodeMCU, which is firmware written in Lua. I ran into a few problems: Uploading big files were prone to error, and it
Yesterday, I made great progress on playing around with the ESP8266, the $2 Wifi Module. I will continue to document my progress on this blog. First, I just want a place to
PLEASE NOTE: I've written a new and improved version of this guide.Yeah! Updates!! We've all see something like this before. The simple breadboard with a messy, beautiful rainbow of wires sticking this
Once upon a time, a few dog people (people who love dogs, not dog+people hybrids) made a remote controlled dog treat dispenser. You know, because that's what dog people do at hackathons.
A few weeks ago, Ajax our dog started having separation anxiety issues—-he would cry bloody murder when we left him alone in the apartment. We crate trained him when he was 6