There’s a new tutorial on DesignSpark that explains how to program a NodeMCU Wi-Fi switch with Zerynth Studio. A quick and simple application on one of the most popular WiFi-enabled embedded systems – the ESP8266.  As the authors say, it shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes. 

Of course, they’ve decided to use Zerynth Studio:

We particularly use Zerynth Studio in this tutorial to show its advantages over other IDEs as it can be used as a common platform IDE for different IoT boards.”

NodeMCU pinout

Here’s what you need for the tutorial:

  1. NodeMCU V2 or V3
  2. USB cable
  3. Female-female pin connectors
  4. 1-port 5V relay
  5. Zerynth Studio

To find out more, read the whole tutorial on DesignSpark.

Zerynth Studio available on DesignSpark

Did you know that Zerynth Studio can be downloaded straight from DesignSpark?

Ever since we’ve entered into a partnership with RS Components, the Zerynth IoT development environment became available over a unique portal on the DesignSpark, allowing easy access for customers to download the tools. So, if you’re part of the DesignSpark community, you can download it from there as well.

Download Zerynth Studio

If you want to try out this for yourself, download Zerynth Studio. Perhaps you’ll want to try and program the NodeMCU. Zerynth Studio is free to download and available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. 

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About the Author: Lana Vukovic

Lana is a Classics graduate who got bored of ancient Greek and Roman texts and got into new technology instead.

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