Moving on from Arduino to ESP32 – Part 3, uPyCraft and Blink

So, now that you have installed MicroPython and connected to it via PuTTY as explained in the previous post, it’s time to do some real work. As with Arduino, the “Hello World” is represented by the blinking of a LED. Your ESP has a built-in led as pin 2. All …

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Moving on from Arduino to ESP32 – Part 1

Arduinos are great little things. With the analog and digital inputs and outputs, plenty of power and memory for your programming sketches, a solid IDE (integrated development environment), small price, and a wealth of examples to teach yourself the variant of C language, what’s not to like, really? But at …

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