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Internet of Things ( A Practical Way)-Part1

Internet of Things, Arduino, ESP8266, ESP32, Firebase Database and Android Apps for IoT

3.46 (20 reviews)

1646

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2 hours

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Apr 2021

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FREE
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What you will learn

Internet of Things

Arduino

ESP8266 and ESP32

Sensors & Displays

Firebase Database

Android Application development for IoT

TinkerCad

MIT App Inventor


Description

After the completion of this course, You will be able to operate Arduino Uno, ESP8266, and ESP32 development board and will be able to interface various kinds of sensors and display boards.  I have discussed multiple technologies such as Firebase Database, Android Apps( by using Android Studio ), etc.  You will find quizzes, assignments, and mini Projects in each section. I have provided two major projects in this course [ Project-1 Room Automation and Project-2 Wireless Display Board ].  Major projects are being provided in such a way that one can build those from zero to production level.


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Internet of Things ( A Practical Way)-Part1
Internet of Things ( A Practical Way)-Part1
Internet of Things ( A Practical Way)-Part1
Internet of Things ( A Practical Way)-Part1

Content

Introduction to the Course

Introduction to the Course

Getting Familiar with the Development Boards And Visualization of the Sensors

SECTION-1: What you will learn in this section ?

SECTION-1A: Overview of Arduino Uno

SECTION-1B: Overview of ESP8266 or NodeMCU

SECTION-1C: Overview of ESP32

SECTION-1D: Visualization of the Sensors and the Display Board

check your knowledge about Arduino, ESP8266 and ESP32 ?

Software Installations

SECTION-2: Overview of the Section

SECTION-2A: Installation of Arduino IDE and Set up the Environment

SECTION-2B: Installation of Android Studio And Creating a Project Window

Let's talk to the Hardwares

SECTION-3: Introduction to the Section.

SECTION-3A: Let's program the built-in Led of Arduino Uno

SECTION-3B: Let's program the built-in Led of ESP8266 or NodeMCU



Reviews

T
Tom27 January 2021

Too much intro music and not enough content. You may want to target a specific project and spend more time on the details. Also Power Point underlines misspelled words , I would suggest correcting them. Thanks though



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Udemy ID

10/18/2020

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10/24/2020

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