As the field of IoT gets bigger, so does the number of examples of connecting devices to the internet, on the internet. That's an amusing, loop-like thought.
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PIC Clicker tutorial - monitor a button on the internet
We wanted to share this article by Prof. Fernando Simplicio, on universidadeiot.com. The tutorial explains how to use the PIC Clicker in an IoT project, with the help of
The project also uses the mikroC PRO for PIC compiler. The full project in mikroC is linked in the article, so you can easily download the code, and start your own project.
If you follow the whole tutorial you will learn how to use and configure
Controlling and monitoring devices online, or sending and receiving data between them is one of the biggest advantages of IoT. So why wouldn't you try to do it yourself?
PIC clicker is an amazingly compact starter development kit which brings innovative mikroBUS™ host socket to your favorite microcontroller. The board features all you need to get started: PIC18F47J53 microcontroller, USB connector, two LEDs and push buttons, reset button, mikroProg connector, and headers for interfacing with external electronics.