WipperSnapper No-Code IoT Platform now works with the Adafruit ESP32-S2 Reverse TFT Feather!
We’ve released Beta 65 of our no-code IoT firmware, WipperSnapper, which includes Adafruit ESP32-S2 Reverse TFT support. This is our ESP32-S2 TFT Feather but with the 240×135 color TFT display on the back side, not the front. WipperSnapper allows you to connect components and sensors to any of the ESP32-S2’s GPIO pins or I2C STEMMA connectors for your IoT projects and control them via Adafruit IO. All without programming!
We’ve made it super simple to get up and running! Grab your ESP32-S2 Reverse TFT feather, head to the New Board page on Adafruit IO, and follow the walk-through to get your board online!
If you are experiencing issues with this new board, please make a new post on the Adafruit IO Forums!
(p.s: We’re working on supporting the TFT on the Feather boards soon, keep an eye out for updates!)
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