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I started diving into ESP32 and MongooseOS back here. ESP32 and Mongoose OS - Intro   my first application attempt was realtively painless ESP32 and Mongoose OS - First Application   It all seemed too easy until I struck some unexplained issues ESP32 and Mongoose OS - Issues     Now that I have discovered the problem was with the application, I tried importing another temperature application. I'm rather happy to report that this one worked flawlessly.   So I ha ...
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2017 Activity

Posted by mcb1 Top Member Jan 8, 2018
There were a couple of posts by shabaz and dougw about their posts during 2017. My 2017 Projects/Activities 2017 Summary of element14 Activity I was thinking at the time that it was a large list and far more than I had achieved.   2017 has been a mixed year for me. We have been dealing with the aftermath of our motor vehicle accident (June 2016), and the fallout from that. This has had a significant impact on my time and resources, and we've tried to compensate by undertaking more e ...
I have been dipping my toes into ESP32 and MongooseOS. ESP32 and Mongoose OS - Intro ESP32 and Mongoose OS - First Application   These posts hopefully help others, and if nothing else will assist with keeping track of where I'm at.   I had great success with the NeoPixel, although it was simply loading someone else hard work, and then tweaking it. Spurred on, I decided to try a Dallas Temperature sensor App. There seems to be a couple and I wanted to use the one based on C.  ...
In my previous post ESP32 and Mongoose OS - Intro  I showed how to connect to an ESP32 using Mongoose OS and setting up the WiFi.   In this post I want to do something more useful, and control NeoPixels.   yesterday I showed Flashing the device with either of the inbuilt demos, but you can simply select the Com Port and Platform and then close the window by hitting done.   Connection Issues I had some issues yesterday when I was playing around, and today I decided to try ...
A few weeks back I was introduced to ESP32's and Moongoose.   The guy running the presentation had been using ESP8266's and some custom code, but had been following Moongoose and its progress. He felt it had matured and with the ESP32 device support it was time to venture in.   ESP32 It seems there are a huge variety of boards out there, but you do need to be sure it includes the ESP32 rather than the smaller ESP8266.   I purchased two different types LOLIN32 Lite USD$4.90&# ...