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July 12, 2015 AT 2:00 am

How to use Pokéapi with ESP8266 WiFi Module and an OLED Graphic Display

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From instructables user sabas1080:

This Sunday we met my friend Iddar and a server to experiment with ESP8266 version 03 and what came out was an example of how to use an API with the WiFi module, this time we made ​​a small example API pokeapi.co that stores all pokemones existing information, the information shown through a pokemones SPI OLED screen and ready to perform an easy example.

Let’s begin !!

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