Home Automation projects with NodeMCU ESP8266 & iOS 11
- You need to know some basic programming and electronics
Creating Awesome IoT projects with NodeMCU ESP8266 + iOS 11 is about learning how to easily create Home Automation projects with basic electronic components. This course includes 14 projects that will guide you to the final project, which is a Home Automation hub with an app, portable temperature and humidity reader, and controllable power outlets.
This course is designed made for beginners, but anyone can take this course.
I will go through every program and project step by step.
Alright, let's get started with the Home Automation!
- Anyone who would like to create remote controlled things.
- Any novice programmers, wanting to get into electronics and combine electronics with software
- Installing and getting needed components for this course10:14
- First Project: Blinking an LED12:26
- Reading the Temperature + Humidity06:02
- End of Section 1 Review00:43
- Creating a Web Server not in Access point mode11:07
- Creating a Web Server in Access point mode08:06
- Controlling an LED not in Access point mode14:36
- Controlling an LED in Access point mode07:51
- Reading the Temperature and Humidity to a Web Server12:15
- End of Section 2 Review00:58
- Section 3 Introduction00:46
- Tour of Xcode 904:50
- Creating your First Project: Hello World!13:00
- Basics of Swift 4: variables, constants, types, functions, classes09:29
- UI (User Interface) Basics09:44
- 6 Buttons Project07:30
- Webviews: Creating a Web Browser06:02
- Making an iPhone Wi-Fi controlled LED07:06
- Reading the Temperature and Humidity to your Phone07:13
- Controlling a Lamp through your Phone16:21
- Creating the Smart Home app: Part 109:29
- Creating the Smart Home app: Part 211:02
- Creating the Smart Home app: Part 312:14
- Testing out our final project10:13
Jeffrey has been an iOS programmer and a maker ever since he was 9 years old. He has participated in many hacking events and hackathon. He has attended the Maker Faire exhibition in different places for many times, showcasing remotely controlled projects through ESP8266. He also founded Chicago Technology for Kids, which teaches kids in Chicago about electronics and programming.