ESP8266 Based Webserver to Control Servo Motor from Webpage
In this project, we are controlling a Servo Motor using a web browser with the help of Arduino and ESP8266. ESP8266 wi-fi modules is a cheap and powerful device, helps in communicating with any microcontroller, like here Arduino UNO.
Check out the complete project: https://iotdesignpro.com/projects/esp8266-based-webserver-to-control-servo-motor
Arduino LoRa Tutorial
As ESP modules become synonyms for Wi-Fi applications, this LoRa technology also has caliber to build a vast network like Internet. We previously build many IoT Based projects using ESP8266 and Arduino, here in this article we will learn about LoRa and how to use it with Arduino Development Platform.
Check out the tutorial: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/arduino-lora-sx1278-interfacing-tutorial
ESP8266 Interfacing with ARM7-LPC2148
In this tutorial we will interface an ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module with the ARM7-LPC2148 microcontroller and create a webserver to control the LED connected to LPC2148. The workflow will go like this:Send AT commands from LPC2148 to ESP8266 to configure ESP8266 in AP modeConnect the laptop or computer Wi-Fi with the ESP8266 Access pointCreate a HTML webpage in PC with Access point IP address of the ESP8266 webserverCreate a program for LPC2148 to control the LED according to the value received from ESP8266
Find the full project here: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/iot-based-ARM7-LPC2148-webserver-to-control-an-led
How to Build NodeMCU Webserver and control an LED from a Webpage
To take you one step ahead towards IoT development, today we will make our own web server to host a webpage and control any appliance remotely from anywhere in the world. Here we will use ESP12E NodeMCU as webserver, although any ESP module can be used here. Learn more about various ESP modules and their projects here.
Here in this project, we will make an IoT based Health Monitoring System which records the patient heart beat rate and body temperature and also send an email/SMS alert whenever those readings goes beyond critical values. Pulse rate and body temperature readings are recorded over ThingSpeak and Google sheets so that patient health can be monitored from anywhere in the world over internet. A panic will also be attached so that patient can press it on emergency to send email/sms to their relatives.
Check out the project details here: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/iot-based-patient-monitoring-system-using-esp8266-and-arduino