IoT College

This book demonstrates how choosing the right hardware and software to build an IoT node has become possible for less than $15.

Author:
Claus Kuhnel
Publisher:
Skript Verlag Kühnel
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2015.11.22

This guide helps you to get started with your first Internet-of-Things (IoT) project: a crisp OLED display which shows weather information on several side-scrolling screens, with ESP8266.

Author:
Daniel Eichhorn
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2016.9.1

This book helps you program your own MicroPhyton projects with ease - no prior programming experience necessary!

Author:
Donald Norris
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education TAB
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2017.06.22

This book introduces around 20 projects with chips, including ESP8266.

Author:
Guillermo Perez
Language:
English

This book provides IoT real-time examples with the ESP8266 Microcontroller.

Author:
Jennifer Williams
Publisher:
Independently published
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2017.06.22

This book is all about getting started with the Internet of Things, using Nodemcu, which is a development kit made of ESP8266.

Author:
Magesh Jayakumar
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2016.2.8

This book is all about getting started with Internet-of-Things projects.

Author:
Magesh Jayakumar
Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2017.02.13

This book is all about getting started with the Internet of Things, using Arduino IDE.

Author:
Magesh Jayakumar
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2015.12.31

This is a comprehensive book which will help readers without prior technical knowledge to gain some expertise in the Internet of Things, using ESP8266 as a central case study.

Author:
Manoj R. Thakur
Publisher:
Independently published
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2016.12.12

Build home automation systems, using the powerful and cheap ESP8266 Wi-Fi Chip.

Author:
Marco Schwartz
Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Language:
English
Last Updated:
2016.02.17

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