Introduction: Connecting LinkIt ONE to Cayenne

Because the native gpio of Raspberry are limited, I decided to try using Arduino, but to connect to the Internet I had no wifi shield only Ethernet but did not have enough cable to connect the Arduino to my Modem, and seeing community projects, I saw that ESP8266 had connected a Cayenne, and apparently there are not native support for this board, so I got to thinking. First I thought also use my NodeMCU, but I remembered that I have a LinkIt Duo and LinkIt ONE, both with WiFi connection too so it would seem more interesting. Of course we should get me to the source codes to make an adjustment.

Step 1: Adding a New Device (Select Arduino UNO Over WiFi Shield)

Step 2: Modifing Sources

Step 3: UPLOAD BASE SKETCH

Step 4: Renaming the Device

Step 5: Adding New Widget (with Virtual Pin)

Step 6: Upload New Sketch

Step 7: TEST LED SWITCHER :)

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DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2016-10-08

Cayenne does look really cool

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Sure, Cayenne is like a web version of Blynk hehe

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