Command Your Arduino from Anywhere, Part 2 – Ngrok + Middleman Server

Command Your Arduino from Anywhere, Part 2 – Ngrok + Middleman Server

Blog Barista: Greg Antrim | March 6, 2019 | Internet of Things | Brew time: 12 min
Welcome to Part 2 of the Command Your Arduino from Anywhere. In case you missed it, we covered port forwarding in Part 1. While that method was easy to implement, it had a few limitations. Today’s post offers an alternative method…

Command Your Arduino from Anywhere, Part 1 – Port Forwarding

Command Your Arduino from Anywhere, Part 1 – Port Forwarding

Blog Barista: Greg Antrim | Feb 27, 2019 | Internet of Things | Brew time: 7 min
In my previous post I showed you how to wire an ESP8266 module to your Arduino and connect it to your local Wi-Fi network. This allowed you to send web requests from your Arduino to the internet and send HTTP requests to your Arduino while on your local network…

Building Applications Using Firebase, Part 6: Cloud Storage

Building Applications Using Firebase, Part 6: Cloud Storage

Blog Barista: Michael O’Keefe | Feb 20, 2019 | Web Development | Brew time: 9 min
It’s here! It’s here! Welcome back friends, you have arrived at the last part of the Firebase Series. Today we’ll be building out the user profile page to allow a user to view, edit and delete reviews as well as upload…

Building Applications Using Firebase, Part 5: Cloud Functions

Building Applications Using Firebase, Part 5: Cloud Functions

Blog Barista: Michael O’Keefe | Feb 14, 2019 | Web Development | Brew time: 11 min
Welcome to Part 5 of my Firebase series, you’re getting close to the end! At this point, we have a public facing application leveraging HTTPS and Google Clouds extensive CDN. In this part, we will be focusing on using Cloud Functions…

Building Applications Using Firebase, Part 4: Hosting

Building Applications Using Firebase, Part 4: Hosting

Blog Barista: Michael O’Keefe | Feb 12, 2019 | Web Development | Brew time: 6 min
Welcome back to the Firebase Series, and congratulations on making it through a very code-heavy Part 3! I apologize if the last part seemed to drag on but securing our applications is arguably our most important…

Building Applications Using Firebase Part 3: Firestore

Building Applications Using Firebase Part 3: Firestore

Blog Barista: Michael O’Keefe | Feb 7, 2019 | Web Development | Brew time: 15 min
For Part 3 of this Firebase series, it would be beneficial to have some understanding of NoSQL data modeling which I will show you how to use with Cloud Firestone. This is the super fun, coding part of the series…

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