Arduino/variants/nodemcu at master · esp8266/Arduino. Arduino/ at master · esp8266/Arduino. Arduino/exception_causes.md at master · esp8266/Arduino. GitHub - DDlabAU/nodeMCU. NodeMCU_IFTTT/nodeMCU_IFTTT.ino at master · DDlabAU/nodeMCU_IFTTT. Esp8266/Arduino: ESP8266 core for Arduino. Comparison of ESP8266 NodeMCU development boards. A comparison of ESP8266 NodeMCU development boards must inevitably also compare the ESP8266 chips used on those boards.
The comparison can be confusing not because there are many different boards (there’s only 3) but because there are several names for the same thing. Since this article has become quite long, and to give you an idea what to expect, I decided to put a TOC here: Names of NodeMCU development boards It’s unfortunate that there’s a mixup of version and generation names.
Comparison of ESP8266 NodeMCU development boards. Comparison of ESP8266 NodeMCU development boards. Comparison of ESP8266 NodeMCU development boards. Getting Started with PlatformIO and ESP8266 NodeMcu. The Arduino editor, while functional, has never been a pinnacle of productivity and usability.
PlatformIO has recently been released to bring some much needed improvements to the ecosystem. The IDE is built on top of GitHub's Atom text editor, which provides an excellent extensibility model that the Arduino IDE was sorely missing. The NodeMcu ESP8266 dev board has become an extremely popular choice for an inexpensive wifi enabled microcontroller for IoT projects. Since the hardware is an open standard, they can be bought from a variety of vendors.