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6 years 8 months ago #1377 by asm7100
Hmm I thinck i need som help to understand this.
1. I have a Raspberry PI connected to my router on my local netvork.
2. I have a ESP8266 Modul 12, that have Nodemcu install firmware.

3 Is it poseble to write som software in my ESP8266 modul in LUA lang. And then have it to connect with my raspberry pi with EasyloT server software installed?

4 What is Arduino IDE for ESP8266 ? Is it a develop envirement for ESP8266 Modules, where you write your software in C and then use Arduino IDE for ESP8266 to program the esp8266 modul??

5 I Use ESP8266 modul 12 (ESP-12) Is that ok or itit only ESP-01 moduls there works??

Hope sombody will help me out here. And sorry for my english, Iam Danish :-)

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6 years 8 months ago #1381 by ArneiO
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3) Yes
4) Correct
5) Yes, any type of ESP8266 module (at least the ones currently on the market).
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6 years 8 months ago - 6 years 8 months ago #1383 by asm7100
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So in ? 4 you dont need a Arduino to use Arduino IDE for esp8266?

ESP-12 Have many i/o pins, is it possebel to use more af thos, like to connect a ds18d20 to it and maby a mcp23017 to have many more i/o

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6 years 8 months ago #1394 by EasyIoT
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asm7100 wrote: So in ? 4 you dont need a Arduino to use Arduino IDE for esp8266?

ESP-12 Have many i/o pins, is it possebel to use more af thos, like to connect a ds18d20 to it and maby a mcp23017 to have many more i/o


This will help:
iot-playground.com/2-uncategorised/38-es...no-ide-blink-example
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6 years 8 months ago #1397 by ArneiO
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asm7100 wrote: So in ? 4 you dont need a Arduino to use Arduino IDE for esp8266?

ESP-12 Have many i/o pins, is it possebel to use more af thos, like to connect a ds18d20 to it and maby a mcp23017 to have many more i/o

No, you do not need an arduino. The ESPs have a powerful microcontroller.
Yes, you can use the GPIOs with a port expander. It all comes down to programming the ESP. Being able to program the ESPs with compiled code by using the Arduino IDE is a big advantage. There is a lot of information to find in various discussions on www.esp82266.com . But don´t expect to get the information served to you. The ESP8266 is kind of "work in progress", with several developments ongoing in parallell.
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6 years 8 months ago #1401 by cdj
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Just to clarify. You can use esp8266 in three ways :

1) Arduino connected with AT software
2) NodeMCU with LUA and no need any Arduino software/hardware.
3) Arduino IDE (no need of Arduino - but you program it in Arduino "C#" language )
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