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ESP Widget Case.scad 3D printed case Oct 24, 2016
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ESP Widget Wiring.jpg Wiring diagram. Oct 24, 2016
README.md Further updates Apr 24, 2018
app.py Use local start.txt Nov 21, 2016
boot.py Integrated graphics Nov 2, 2016
config.py Revised Version Nov 21, 2016
hardware.py Revised Version Nov 21, 2016
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widget.py Revised Version Nov 21, 2016

README.md

ESP Widget

The "widget" is a device based on a Wemos D1 Mini (ESP8266). It consists of...

- A Wemos D1 Mini WiFi Microcontroller Board
- A SSD1306 128x64 OLED Display (White)
- A single WS2812/Neopixel Color LED
- A small piezo-electric buzzer
- Three (3) tactile input buttons

It uses MicroPython to control Wifi setup and operation of the device.

The purpose of the device is to read a constantly updating document from the network and execute the commands contained within. The command allow you to...

- Display text on the OLED
- Change the color of the neopixel
- Play a tone
- etc...
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