How to create a smart IoT lighting and switch circuit system
Remotely monitoring and control your IoT system
Design user interface for your smart home app
Control the electronics with your smart home app
Build an IoT dashboard using HTML and CSS
Host and serving HTML page on your local network with NodeMCU
Complimentary Forward School IoT Study Kit
FREE SHIPPING INCLUDED
8 + 6 hours on-demand video
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of Completion
Face-to-face offline session
A computer installed with Arduino IDE
Forward School IoT Study Kit
Basic coding fundamentals are advantages!
Sign up an account with Blynk
Preparation module will be sent to you before the date of the webinar being conducted. This module was designed to equip you with the fundamental knowledge required to achieve optimal learning experiences during the webinar.
Introduction to Arduino
Electronic Circuit Essentials
Arduino IDE in CAD
Arduino Circuit Level Up
HTML and CSS for Complete Beginners
What is Internet of Things (IoT)
What we will be making on this course?
What you received in your study kit?
The board - NodeMCU V2 (ESP8266) pinout
Prototyping base - Solderless Breadboard
Resistance is vital - Resistors and Potentiometer
Connection is the key - Switches and Jumpers
Light it up! - LED and RGB LED
Ambient Light - Light Dependent Resistor
Room Temperature - LM35
Make some Sound - Active Buzzer
Working with Motion - Servo Motor
Installing the driver for the board
Managing the board into the IDE
Expanding your NodeMCU pins to breadboard
Let’s blink with NodeMCU - internal and external LEDs
Setting up an account in Blynk
Installing Blynk Library into Arduino IDE
Connecting Blynk with NodeMCU
Avoiding delays and clean loop function
Using Virtual Pins in Blynk
Controlling electronics with Blynk
Take a look at the circuit diagram
Constructing the circuit on breadboard
Create your dashboard using Blynk
Building the code in Arduino IDE
Upload your code and test it out
What is Web Server? How is a Web Server related to IoT?
List of components and tools required
What you received in your study kit?
What is HTTP Request?
Packages/requirement needed for WebServer
Host a simple WebServer using NodeMCU
Working with Electronics and WebServer
Control LED using Web Server
Send sensor data to WebServer
ESPAsyncWebServer Library for ESP8266
Send sensor data to WebServer using ESPAsyncWebServer
Customize WebServer page with HTML and CSS
Create button to control LED
Display multiple sensor data
Customize Webpage using CSS
Design Idea: Flow Chart, Block Diagram
Electronics component: Hardware Required and Circuit Diagram
Build Code and Testing
What is an IoT smart home? It is a system that uses internet-connected devices to enable the remote management and monitoring of home appliances such as lighting or heating. In this workshop, you will learn how to create your own Arduino/NodeMCU home automation system that provides convenience, comfort, security and energy efficiency with just a few buttons away from your smart home app or other networked devices.
NodeMCU is an open-source firmware and development kit that helps you to prototype or build IoT products. NodeMCU came with a Wi-Fi Module (ESP8266) built on it. NodeMCU has 10 digital pins and one analog pin that can connect to sensors and actuators. NodeMCU is also able to host a simple HTML file to a Web Server that can act as an IoT dashboard. In this class, you will learn how to build your own IoT dashboard using HTML and CSS.
In this 2-day webinar you will learn, understand and design your first IoT Smart Home system using Arduino/NodeMCU. You will be able to control lighting (LED), motor (fan) and other equipment through your own dashboard. Access to this webinar came together with the purchase of Forward School IoT Study Kit.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who want to learn building their own IoT project
Anyone who would like to add IoT functionality into their existing projects
Passionate maker/student who like to learn new things