Wippersnapper Wednesday is a new blog series from the Adafruit IO team. We’re working on a new way for you to interact with Adafruit IO called Wippersnapper. While Wippersnapper is not public (yet!), we’ll be sharing details, features, development progress and updates every Wednesday as we work on this new service.
This Wednesday, we have a redesigned “new device” screen. Whenever you connect a new device running Wippersnapper to Adafruit IO, you’ll be able to name the device. If you’re an educator or want to put multiple devices running Wippersnapper around your home/workshop/lab – this is a super useful way to keep track of your projects.
What devices are you planning on connecting to Wippersnapper? Let us know in the comments below!
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