Getting Started with the ESP8266 is a step-by-step course designed to help you create projects using the amazing ESP8266 WiFi microcontroller board even if you are an absolute beginner in electronics, programming, or both.
Getting Started with the ESP8266 is a 6 modules step-by-step video course in which you will learn everything you need to know about the ESP8266, starting from the absolute basics.
I really used all the experience I acquired during all the years I worked with the ESP8266, in order to create those step-by-step tutorials that will teach anyone how to create projects with this amazing WiFi chip.
If you already have experience working with the Arduino, then you will be able to bring it over to the ESP8266. You will use the same IDE that you are familiar with from your work with the Arduino. And the programming is also almost identical.
You can think of the ESP8266 as a turbo-charged Arduino Uno, with integrated Wifi. But while a genouine Arduino Uno can cost $30, you can get an ESP8266 board for just $5!
If you are serious about creating your own connected projects, this is the course for you.
Here is what you will get from this course
Getting Started with the ESP8266 is the #1 course about learning the basics of the ESP8266 WiFi chip, and you won't find this anywhere else ... and here is what you will be able to do after following the course:
You also get all those additional bonuses for FREE (Value: $47)
You will get the cheat sheet that I created with all the ESP8266 commands & functions. With that, you will be able to access all the functions of ESP8266 at one glance in order to build your projects faster.
You will get the guide that I wrote to help you choose the best ESP8266 board for you, amongst all the options available on the market.
You will get supporting material for all the videos of the course, including the detailed code for all the projects & tutorials you will find inside the course.
Marco Schwartz is an electrical engineer, entrepreneur, and blogger.
He has a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Supelec, France, and a Master's degree in Micro Engineering from EPFL, Switzerland. He has more than 5 years of experience working in the domain of electrical engineering.
His interests gravitate around electronics, home automation, the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms, open source hardware projects, and 3D printing. He runs several websites based on Arduino, including the Open Home Automation website that is dedicated to building home automation systems using open source hardware.
He has written another book on home automation and Arduino called Home Automation with Arduino, CreateSpace. He has also published a book on how to build Internet of Things projects with Arduino called Internet of Things with the Arduino Yun, Packt Publishing.