TUNIOT is a bloc code generator for NODEMCU. You don’t need any coding skills to program it and make your IoT project. The tool is available on 4 languages and it is in active development. It is based on the blockly Technology. The tool generate C for Arduino code.
You can get start coding by following this link.
TUTORIALS in ENGLISH
I made a list of videos available on Youtube. You will be guided step by step. This is an overview of each video with the link.
- Software Install: In this part, we will see how to install the software required to work with the NODEMCU. We will use the Arduino IDE. And you have to add the ESP8266 board.
- Blinking integrated LED: In this video we will see how to blink the integrated LED of the NODEMCU. I am using the LoLin version.
- Working with LED: We will see how to work with LED.
- Photo-resistor: In this video, we will see how to connect a photo-resistor to the NodeMcu and how to show it’s value on the serial monitor.
- Button: In this video we will see how program a button.
- The serial LCD I2C: In this video, we will see how to program the serial LCD display with a NODEMCU.
- The rain sensor: In this video, we will see how to program the rain sensor with a NODEMCU.
- The OLED display: In this video, we will see how to program the OLED display with a NODEMCU.
- Connecting to networks: In this video, we will see how to program the ESP8266 to any network with or without password.
- Posting status on Facebook: We will see how to send a status to Facebook from ESP8266. It could be a sensor and any message.
- IP & Host name: In this video we will see how to show IP and the host name of your ESP8266. And how to change them according to your need.
- Run a web server: We will see how to run a web server on the ESP8266 and how to send request from a browser or another ESP8266.
- Sending data to thingspeak: Thingspeak is an IoT plateform. In this new video, we will see how send random data and data from sensor to thingspeak.
- Control ESP8266 with your Android App: You will learn how to make an android app that controls an LED connected to the NODEMCU.
- Get sensor data from NODEMCU with your Android phone: We will see how to make an Android app with MIT App Inventor to get data from an ESP8266.
- Send tweet to twitter: we will see how to send a tweet to twitter through the IoT platform Thingspeak.
- Client-Server communication with 2 boards: In this video, we will see how to make a communication between 2 boards where one will act as a server and the second as a client. The client will ask for a value of a photo-resistor connected to the server.
- Control Nodemcu with an Android app through the Internet: In this video, you will learn how make an Android App that controls an LED over the Internet.
We will use Thinspeak as an Intermediate platform. I added blocs to TUNIOT to retrieve data from Thingspeak.
- Network time protocol: In this video, we will see how to get time from a NTP server.
- Sending an email: In this tutorial, we will see how to send an email from the ESP8266\NODEMCU. The email is not sent directly but through another web service called IFTTT.
- Monitor a network of sensors: In this video, we will see how to make a Web server under ESP8266 that monitors a network of sensors connected to NODEMCU board.
- Network scanner: In this video, we will see how to make a network scanner using the command PING with the NODEMCU\ESP8266.