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April 12, 2017 AT 11:00 am

IoT Environment Monitor Based on ESP8266

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Thanks to John for sending in this tip! John writes:

ioTank is a small appliance I designed over the last few months to help keep reptiles alive. We are also starting to project it to people growing plants. From a developer standpoint I wanted to release an ‘appliance framework’ which helps people who are just coming from the web see what an open source appliance might look like, and have tools to bootstrap from like a user flasher app for registration and setting Wifi pass securely(I still don’t know how to do a safe enough HTTP POST to the device, without SSL I don’t trust it for production.) Happened to notice that many projects seem to be lacking the web depth and I feel this is critical. These maker devices are about to change the web itself and I love nixie tubes and OLEDs but I think getting the data into javascript and in a cloud production DB like psql is so much fun! So I wanted to share the code I published, hopefully someone may find use of it.

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