Introduction: ESP32 is a platform of low cost, low power system on a dual core chip microcontrollers with integrated Wi-Fi & dual-mode Bluetooth. It’s the next generation chip includes all the fea...Read More…
ESP32 is a platform of low cost, low power system on a dual core chip microcontrollers with integrated Wi-Fi & dual-mode Bluetooth. It’s the next generation chip includes all the featured from ESP8266 but to that it adds support for Bluetooth low-energy and tons of GPIO pins (Nearly 30).
You can easily program it through the Arduino IDE by installing the ESP32 Arduino Core.
Installing the ESP32 Core
You can install Espressif’s official ESP32 Arduino core from here on GitHub.
Find more details about ESP32 here.
Why name Frog?
Who doesn’t love a pet frog? If you have recently acquired a new pet-buddy, you are probably good bit of thought to a name! Since it has a lots of pins and the colour is green so my dear friend “Roman” came up with this name ; Frog + Pins = Frogpins!! Nah ,FrogoPins ( maybe yes!) okay done!
What’s in the box?
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