A basic NodeMCU and Simba OS example

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Blink an LED with NodeMCU

In this example we simple flash an LED connected to a nodemcu (esp8266) board. We will use lua for this example.

You will need a NodeMCU board, an led and a resistor, some connecting wire and if you are using components a breadboard makes life easier, I use combined LEDs and resistors on small modules […]

NodeMCU board and Arduino development

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