We will see how to send the values of temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure and light intensity read by the sensors on the MKR ENV Shield to the Arduino IoT Cloud
and the Adafruit IoT Cloud.
On the other hand, we will also see how to display the message “ON” (in green) and “OFF” (in red) in the MKR RGB Shield depending on the state of a button of type “ON / OFF” (with which we will interact ) created from the Arduino IoT Cloud and from the Adafruit IoT Cloud.
Are you using a MKR1010 WiFi with Adafruit IO? Let us know in the comments!
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