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It is estimated that trillions of devices will be interconnected over the next decade through the Internet of Things, demanding a huge effort from developers. The emergence of cheap Espressif microcontrollers, featuring WiFi connectivity, allows independent developers to quickly become part of this process. This book is not intended to comprehensively teach you the theory, It is estimated that trillions of devices will be interconnected over the next decade through the Internet of Things, demanding a huge effort from developers. The emergence of cheap Espressif microcontrollers, featuring WiFi connectivity, allows independent developers to quickly become part of this process. This book is not intended to comprehensively teach you the theory, but to give you practical and fully functional solutions, in the form of complete programs. Much of the theory is already known by some of the readers, or may be found in many other textbooks. But the programs presented here include great effort and have many original solutions following one of the basic paradigms of programming: "Keep i(o)t simple". And - the most important thing for such a book - all programs have already been verified by third parties, in this case students from Hyperion University, who have provided a very valuable feedback.


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It is estimated that trillions of devices will be interconnected over the next decade through the Internet of Things, demanding a huge effort from developers. The emergence of cheap Espressif microcontrollers, featuring WiFi connectivity, allows independent developers to quickly become part of this process. This book is not intended to comprehensively teach you the theory, It is estimated that trillions of devices will be interconnected over the next decade through the Internet of Things, demanding a huge effort from developers. The emergence of cheap Espressif microcontrollers, featuring WiFi connectivity, allows independent developers to quickly become part of this process. This book is not intended to comprehensively teach you the theory, but to give you practical and fully functional solutions, in the form of complete programs. Much of the theory is already known by some of the readers, or may be found in many other textbooks. But the programs presented here include great effort and have many original solutions following one of the basic paradigms of programming: "Keep i(o)t simple". And - the most important thing for such a book - all programs have already been verified by third parties, in this case students from Hyperion University, who have provided a very valuable feedback.

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