This guide walks through the set up of an Adafruit Feather ESP8266 with a BME280 sensor to create a temperature, pressure, and humidity logging node. Then, it walks through installing, setting up, and configuring Home Assistant on a Raspberry Pi.
Finally, we’ll configure the Feather to broadcast its sensor data to both Home Assistant and Adafruit IO using ESPHomeYAML.
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