wow much doge on wifi of arduino nano rp2040 connect
the arduino nano rp2040 connect has much wifi using esp32 co-processor, wow! lets use circuitpython to connect to interwebs and read dogecoin price then display on oled. its very working – amaze! thanks to great displayio library, we have pretty comic sans fonts. circuitpython-requests interface makes json data so easy even puppers could do it. check out pr with code example here https://github.com/adafruit/circuitpython/pull/4802
It appears that some folks do not realize we are just showing how to use an API, in a humorous way, we are not saying go out and buy Dogecoin or endorsing it, so may has well say it – this is to show how easy it is to make something like this only using APIs that are out there.
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