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Learning More About ESP8266 , LUA, and MQTT

I got to attribute my sudden interest in the ESP8266 cheap WiFi module yo Peter Scargill’s work on putting together a really good blog. He mentions that a fellow is merging MQTT code with an easy to use interpretive language called LUA. I would love to see a Forth language formed for the ESP8266…how cool would that be?

For the MQTT/LUA thing you can visit https://github.com/tuanpmt/nodemcu-firmware. I think the BIN file is ready to flash onto the ESP chip. I’m still waiting for my modules to arrive. Hopefully soon and then I can give a play-by-play about how to make stand alone devices….as I’m hoping to do with the kids in my camp this summer.

 

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I’ve recently been following the blog from Peter Scagill at https://scargill.wordpress.com/.

Excellent! Just excellent. He’s been following the implementation and use of the ESP8266; a low cost means of producing IoTs (Internet of Things). These cheap devices are <$3.00 and as Peter says, are the cheapest uProcessors available.

There’s a lot to learn but with the distribution of the ESP8266 SDK, a number of very sharp people have put together programming languages and projects that make it easy (??) for people like me to build really cool projects. SDK installation, LUA, MQTT and more. Way to go.

I hope to start keeping everyone informed about my progress on this and other electronic project that pique my interest(s).

Good blogging and hope to see you soon.