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use a button library that has library support, or include it #8

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tablatronix opened this Issue Nov 16, 2018 · 5 comments

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tablatronix commented Nov 16, 2018

I had to manually install this button library as it is not in platformio , is it in arduinos?
Might be easier to write your own button listener or use a library that is more common.

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tablatronix commented Nov 16, 2018

suggestion oneButton lib

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martinberlin commented Nov 16, 2018

Very good suggestion will use this one. Sincerely speaking, is today the first time I hear about platformio-

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martinberlin commented Nov 20, 2018

Just installed Platform IO and Visual Studio Code. Looks very nice! So I will start using this instead of Arduino. Is possible also to upload ESP32 /ESP8266 /data folder to Spiffs with this tool ?

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martinberlin commented Nov 20, 2018

Done and merged in:
50bb226..5ecadbf develop

If you find 3 minutes to upload the code just close it anytime later. Thanks for the platformio tip, great IDE!!!

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martinberlin commented Nov 23, 2018

oneButton up and running in ESP8266 version. I'm still debugging the ESP32 one, but IMHO ESP32 in this little project unless this double CPU is used for something is killing little birds with a canon ;) I like littlebirds and I dislike powder so I will keep the lower version more up-to-date

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