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Print Length: 200 pages
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Publisher: Skript Verlag KÃ¼hnel (November 24, 2015)
Publication Date: November 24, 2015
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I've been very curious about the ESP8266, and I started looking at it over Thanksgiving week. I scoured the internet for information on getting started, but the content is all over the place in bits and pieces and in some cases out-of-date. I took a gamble on this book, and it was exactly what I needed to get started with EsP8266, nodemcu, and lua with a minimal amount of fuss. The explanations were thorough enough, and the example code helps you be productive faster. If you are getting started with ESP8266, I would strongly recommend this book.
Please find my complete review at [...]“Building an IoT Node for less than 15 $” is the book I wish I had had when I started my endeavor into the IoT/ESP8266/NodeMCU world in May 2015. I covers everything you need to know to get you started even if you don’t have a any prior experience in electronics or low-level programming (firmware, C/C++ etc.). It teaches you a bit about the chip and modules equipped with it, gives you a Lua primer and contains lots of helpful examples.
I found it informative and it helped with my project.