Blynk claim their platform can “build a graphic user interface in a matter of minutes.” Hackaday.io user Richard Hogben shows you how that’s possible, using the Adafruit HUZZAH ESP8266 breakout!
Blynk.cc can build a UI to control an Arduino over the internet. The Huzzah ESP8266 is a cool way to get started quickly for only $10.
In this project I prepare the Huzzah for Arduino programming and setup Bylnk.cc to blink LEDs on the Huzzah from my smartphone.
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