Monitoring Server Room Temperature with Particle Photon and IFTT

Monitoring Server Room Temperature with Particle Photon and IFTT

Blog Barista: Greg Antrim | May 1, 2019 | Internet of Things | Brew time: 12 min
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a wonderful thing. With the wide variety of sensors, development boards, and code samples available, you can monitor or automate just about anything. More often than not though, people struggle with making this data available and usable…

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‚Äôs 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…

How to Connect an Arduino to the Internet with an ESP8266 Module

How to Connect an Arduino to the Internet with an ESP8266 Module

Blog Barista: Greg Antrim | Aug 15, 2018 | Internet of Things | Brew time: 10 min
The internet of things (IoT) has exploded in recent years. Lights, cars, thermostats, even plants are now connected devices. Devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home have made things even more convenient by adding voice commands to the mix…

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