Adafruit hosts a cloud service, io.adafruit.com, where you can upload data from your devices and also subscribe to data from other devices. The service is currently in beta, but you can sign up for a free account to test it. The data is stored in “feeds” and you can configure your own dashboards for viewing […]Read More Exploring Adafruit IO
ESP8266 is a very popular and inexpensive WiFi-chip that can be a real contributor for taking small gadgets to the Internet. I recently bought an Adafruit Feather Huzzah ($18). It is build around ESP8266 which means WiFi-connectivity, but has some additional features compared to the simpler ESP8266 modules available: A USB-port for serial transfer and programming […]Read More Meet the Huzzah!