CyberSpy

Rantings from a guy with way too much free time

Baby it's Cold Outside -- How Cold? Use an SHT31 and See!

2019-01-29 15 minute read programming Rob Baruch
ESP32 and SHT31 Temperature and Humidity Sensor Secure Web Server In this blog post, I follow-up on the ESP32-IDF development and demonstrate how to incorporate an i2c device to measure the temperature and humidity. Specifically the SHT31. First, let’s do it plain-jane vanilla. We’ll incorporate the i2c device and simply display the measurements to the serial terminal through the uart. Next, we’ll make it more practical and send the data over the wifi network to a service that makes it convenient to visualize the time-series data. Continue reading

Program the Esp32 with ESP-IDF on Mac OS X

2019-01-23 9 minute read programming Rob Baruch
Programming the ESP32 on your Mac! Go out and buy yourself a cheap little ESP32 SoC and follow these basic instructions to setup your development environment on your Mac. If you want to do some advanced C-programming to control your ESP32, this is for you. If you’d rather use Arduino and play with simple sketches then this is not for you – google how to use Arduino and off you go! Continue reading