A look at the ESPDUINO-32 board

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Micropython and ESP32 blink an led

In this example we will use Micropython on an ESP32, the tool I will use is called uPyCraft which makes the task easy

You will need to download the tool first, the latest version I have seen is available from – https://git.oschina.net/dfrobot/upycraft/raw/master/uPyCraft_V0.27.exe.

Start the tool and connect your ESP32 board

Open up the Tools and set […]

A basic ESP32 Web server example

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Basic analog test example for an ESP32 board

This is a very basic example for the ESP32 board, the only reason for this is to show that unlike the ESP8266 boards the ESP32 has more than one Analog pins – in fact it has 12 analog pins

Once you have added ESP32 support to the Arduino IDE then select the Wemos Lolin 32 […]