ESP8266

How to build an IoT project with Mongoose OS | Opensource.com

https://opensource.com/article/17/3/mongoose-os-iot-development?sc_cid=7016000000127ECAAY This Mangoose OS looks interesting. The features it provides, including: An installation time of one minute Support for both C and JavaScript as development languages. The use of JavaScript allows for very fast prototyping, so projects like IoT button can be implemented literally in two minutes A simple networking interface that allows you to control devices

Internet Of Things “DIY” Door Sensor

http://electronicsofthings.com/expert-opinion/door-sensor/?utm_source=eotpage&utm_medium=eotpage&utm_campaign=eotpage&utm_content=eotposts This is a home automation IoT door sensor project based on ESP8266 NodeMcu module. This IoT device sends notification to your smart phone when door changes state (opens or closes). This could be useful for other applications also  - for example connect to some alarm sensor…

Sonoff IoT swich

DIY Wi-Fi Wireless Switch For Smart Home With ABS Shell Socket Remote Control Switch Module is an IoT home automation device. This device, also known as Sonoff from ITEAD, can control 110V to 230V AC mains power on/off (up to 7A or 10A depending on document). The switch is controlled with mobile app (or local

ESP8285 WiFi chip

Expressif has released a new WiFi chip. It is not that interesting ESP32 that I have written about earlier, and should be available soon. The new ESP8285 went into mass production in March. Hackaday article describes it as ESP8266-Killer, but I I think that this kind of headline is clickbaiting. What could possible make it