Tag Archives: ESP8266

Is the ESP8266 WiFi Module the Right Choice for You?

The ESP8266 WiFi module is a popular choice for IoT projects, as it provides WiFi connectivity to embedded devices. However, in order to decide whether or not the ESP8266 module is the right choice for your project, you need to understand the module’s features and common application scenarios, which I’ll discuss in this article. What […]

ESP8266 for IoT: A Complete Guide

The ESP8266 is a system on a chip (SOC) Wi-Fi microchip for Internet of Things (IoT) applications produced by Espressif Systems. Given its low cost, small size and adaptability with embedded devices, the ESP8266 is now used extensively across IoT devices. Although it’s now been succeeded by the newer generation ESP32 microcontroller chip, the ESP8266 […]

ESP8266 WiFi Module

Note! The example in this post is using the deprecated uNabto platform. We recommend using Nabto Edge for all new designs – read more about Nabto Edge vs uNabto in general. As ESP8266 is too resource constrained for using Nabto Edge, we recommend using ESP32 over ESP8266. See our Nabto Edge ESP32 examples.   The […]

ESP8266 WiFi Module + Nabto

Important notice: This post is outdated. Nabto only works on ESP8266 through the legacy Nabto 4/Micro (uNabto) platform which is no longer supported for new designs. Instead, it is highly recommended to look at the modern Nabto 5/Edge platform and its support for ESP32. The ESP8266 is a low-cost WiFi module that can be programmed […]