jfabernathy
jfabernathy
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RE: WiFiManager with ESP32 - Stop Hard-coding WiFi Credentials!

The examples worked as they appeared for me in Arduino, but when I tried to run them in PlatformIO, I got the error about not finding ESP8266WiFi. So...

10 months ago
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RE: WiFiManager with ESP32 - Stop Hard-coding WiFi Credentials!

I've put the WiFiManager demo into my IOTStack environmental data collection system by combining the On Demand and Saved custom parameters parts of th...

11 months ago
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RE: WiFiManager with ESP32 - Stop Hard-coding WiFi Credentials!

Time for another dumb question. I watched the video again and started playing with the Basic demo. I took an ESP32 that had been running an IOT progr...

11 months ago
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RE: WiFiManager with ESP32 - Stop Hard-coding WiFi Credentials!

This video covered exactly what I needed a year ago when I was doing my IOTstack and ESP32 Temperature and Humidity stations around the house and remo...

11 months ago
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RE: adding code in a post loses the indents needed for python

It seems that this experiment worked. I started with a blank reply and then clicked on the {;} button and pasted the HTML into the windowThen I closed...

2 years ago
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RE: adding code in a post loses the indents needed for python

@robotbuilder I can paste my code into Arduino IDE and then copy it as HTML, but when I paste it into the forum, It's html. How do you get it to look ...

2 years ago
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RE: adding code in a post loses the indents needed for python

@robotbuilder I have not found an editor that supports the copy HTML. Also my source code contains no tabs because the tab is replaced with 4 spaces w...

2 years ago
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RE: UTC to standard or daylight times conversion

I found that I needed the time condition to check against 6 or 7 because the time I'm comparing against is UTC so when I see 2 in the hour, it's not E...

2 years ago
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RE: UTC to standard or daylight times conversion

I came up with an algorithm that seems to work for me for EST to EDT using your dictionary approach. What I have attached is a test program that I us...

2 years ago
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RE: UTC to standard or daylight times conversion

@madmisha Thanks, I thought about hard coding it just like your example. Great minds think alike 😀 😀

2 years ago
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RE: UTC to standard or daylight times conversion

@madmisha Not using the RTC as I don't care what time it is. I care about the time in the database for the data I'm displaying. The only thing I have ...

2 years ago
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RE: CircuitPython with Raspberry Pi Pico - Getting Started

@martin-richard I have seen this before. I have gotten into the habit of ejecting the CircuitPython drive regardless of whether or not it was a Pico....

2 years ago
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RE: Raspberry Pi Pico - Control the (I/O) World

I'm sorry I forgot to update this thread with the answer I got over on the Raspberry Pi forum:

2 years ago
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