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ESP32 Web Server

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 08-Dec-2020, Language:English

ESP32 Web Server

Step by Step Course to create your very own standalone web server with ESP32 that controls output and display Data

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 08-Dec-2020, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • Program ESP32 Effectively
  • Create a fully functional Web Server in no Time
  • Learn about the ESP32 and what makes it an excellent choice for Arduino Makers.
  • Create A Simple ESP32 Web Server In Arduino IDE
  • Learn about ESP32 Operating Modes
  • Learn the difference between Station (STA) Mode and Soft Access Point (AP) Mode
  • Use ESP32 as HTTP Server using WiFi Access Point (AP) mode
  • Learn to Access the Web Server in AP mode

Requirements

  • Basic Knowledge of Programming
  • Be familiar with the Arduino Uno
  • Be familiar with writing and editing sketches for the Arduino Uno
  • Be familiar with the breadboard and wiring.

Description

Welcome to this course.

The course lesson will explain “How to create a webserver” by using Arduino IDE Programming Environment. This course will work best for you if your basic knowledge of Electronics and Arduino. You could connect sensors to an Arduino and control everything using a simple webpage that you will create in this course.

You could also control a webserver that is mobile responsive and can be accessed with any device that has a browser on the local network and trigger devices such as Motors, LEDs, Relays, and more.

Why You Should Join this course?

Because ESP32 Board gives you much data control, you can basically control anything you can imagine using ESP32 Webserver

You’ll learn how to:

  • Create A Simple ESP32 Web Server In Arduino IDE

  • ESP32 Operating Modes

  • Station (STA) Mode

  • Soft Access Point (AP) Mode

  • Wiring – Connecting Devices to ESP32

  • Concept Behind Controlling Things From ESP32 Web Server

  • ESP32 as HTTP Server using WiFi Access Point (AP) mode

  • Accessing the Web Server in AP mode

  • Detailed Code Explanation

  • ESP32 as HTTP Server using WiFi Station (STA) mode

  • Accessing the Web Server in STA mode

At the end of this course, you can create Innovative Projects. The only thing that you need to do is THINKING, WIRING & CODING.

Who this course is for:

  • ESP Geeks
  • Anyone interested in creating an ESP Web Server
  • Anyone interested in adding more advance control to his project via Web
  • Engineering Students - Electronics, Electrical & Computer Science
  • High School Science Students
  • Electronic Geeks, Hobbiest & Art Students
  • Embedded Systems Geeks
  • Arduino Geeks
  • Anyone interested in connecting his project to the internet with a low budget solution

Course Content