Get an input for your Arduino from the cloud without taking care of server side.
by Jaume Miralles
Publish your Arduino input in real-time so it can be accessible on the internet without taking care of server side.
Frustrated with the prices for high quality grow light systems? Let's design a fully controllable, easy to adjust, open-source LED panel.
Project tutorial by Dmitrii ALBOT
My ice maker blew its controller board and I needed to make a plan to replace it. So I used an Arduino to control it!
Project in progress by unclenoobz
This little project will show you how to use a soil moisture sensor.
Now you can use NodeMCU at Circus easily. Check this:
Well... some time after... I do have an specific tutorial for NodeMCU at Circus :)
You can find in the comments the code and library
Hope you like it
Hi, nishant_sahay7. Using NodeMCU is also a very good idea. You can use circusofthings.com platform with any board you want. You could use Nano+ESP01(arduino firmware) like in this case, ESP32(arduino firmware) like in this tutorial (http://blog.circusofthings.com/?p=35), Raspberry, NodeMCU or any while you meet a simple REST specification(https://circusofthings.com/development?x=rest). I don't have an specific tutorial for NodeMCU at the moment, I wish I can do it soon or someone does, but there's no reason to don't use NodeMCU.
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