ESP8266 is a low-cost Wi-Fi chip that supports full TCP/IP stack. Till date, numerous types of boards are developed using ESP8266. The developers implement various programming languages to program this chip. You can use very basic level AT commands, low-level C/C++ language, or high-level and users friendly languages like Arduino, Micropython, and NodeMCU. The possibilities are virtually endless. But, ESP8266 sometime shows errors while connected to the serial monitor.
[To understand error messages shown by ESP8266 in the serial monitor, read the latest article: ESP8266 ERROR MESSAGES AND EXCEPTIONS EXPLAINED]
Hi, guys. This tutorial is for helping you to flash firmware in your favorite ESP8266 module. I guess almost all of you have a good enough idea about ESP8266. Still, here a short note on it for you. Let’s get started, Continue reading
Hey there. A long pause, and now am back again. This time, a really awesome tutorial for you. Advanced hobbyists like me (and you, of course, 😉) love to play with microcontrollers. And the most famous microcontrollers for beginners are AVR series from Atmel™. Almost all beginners in microcontroller-world have their Arduino boards lying on the work table. Because it is so much easy, so much fun, and so much famous. Here I explained How to Burn Programs In Your AVR Microcontroller Using An Arduino. By this, you won’t need to purchase a costly AVR programmer if you already have an Arduino. And I guess you already have one. Let’s start. Continue reading