An easy example of websockets with a NodeMCU...

19. 01. 2017
This is a quick example of how to use websockets in an ESP8266 device. The websocket server is runs the NodeMCU and its code is based on one of the examples provided in the arduinoWebsocket project. The client is a QML application that can be executed in a desktop PC or...
Read more

MeteoHome. Yet another NodeMCU ESP8266 weather...

16. 12. 2016
MeteoHome is yet another weather station project using a NodeMCU ESP8266 devboard with DHT22 and BMPP180 sensors. The particularity in this case is the configuration using a captive web portal and the use of MQTT to send the information to a server. Additionally the machine that gathers all the data...
Read more

A QML minigame for my little son

27. 10. 2015
I'm just starting a minigame for my little son. He is only 19 months old, but enjoys playing with a tablet and loves cars. This screenshot shows the the current status of the application.  The app will be very simple: there is not collision detection, only some items to touch and make...
Read more

Are you a runner? Try MyFartlek!

12. 04. 2014
I'm working on a QML app for runners. Some weeks ago I tried to train doing fartlek sessions and I realized I was continuously looking to my watch checking for the next period. So I decided to make an app featuring voice alerts to order when to change my pace....
Read more