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Add WiFi to Arduino Boards: Enable Web Connectivity Features

Add WiFi to Arduino Boards: Enable Web Connectivity Features

If you want to make your Arduino a Web-enabled board without having to buy a WiFi module, this guide will show you how.

What you’ll learn

Add WiFi to Arduino Boards: Enable Web Connectivity Features

  • Learn how to download and install the software you need.
  • The user interface and the parts that you need to use to program Arduino without writing any code.
  • There are a lot of places on the Arduino where you can send out signals.
  • Digital input and output can be read and controlled with this method.


  • In electronics, you need some experience.
  • A desire to use, not just to watch


This class is for people who already know a little about Arduino and want to learn how to connect their projects to the internet. In this course, we learn how to set up WiFi and send data over the internet. People who take this class at the end of it will be able to make projects that can talk to the outside world through the internet.


Adding WiFi to Arduino boards is a great way to connect your projects to the web. Arduino WiFi shields are the easiest way to do this, but they cost money and take a lot of steps to use correctly. There are a few ways to do this. You will learn how to use a new board that is cheaper, faster, and easier to set up than the old Arduino Shield. It plugs into your Arduino board and has a WiFi connection. There are many things you can do with this WiFi connection. You can use it to get websites, send data to the internet, and more.

The good thing about this class:

  • With this WiFi module, you can quickly connect your Arduino boards to the web.
  • There are a lot of new things you can do now that you can do from afar.
  • When you connect the ESP8266 Wifi module to a microcontroller-based design, it can act as a Wi-Fi adapter or wireless internet access point. This is because it has a simple Serial Communication or UART interface.
  • Wi-Fi module: You can connect your Arduino boards to the internet with this module. The adapter board helps the WiFi module and the Arduino boards communicate with each other.

Why should you do this?

  • Learn how to connect your Arduino UNO to the internet by adding WiFi to it.
  • Add an ESP8266 WiFi Module to your Arduino to learn how to connect it to the internet!
  • Find out what parts are needed to make this happen.
  • Learn how to connect to each other.
  • Make your own projects and learn at your own pace.
  • At the end of this course, we’ll show you a cheaper alternative to an Arduino board that has built-in WiFi and Bluetooth that costs less than an Arduino.

The process of this course :

There are many ways to talk to ESP866. Some people might use it to send and receive data over the internet, or to upload data on a regular basis so that they can do that. Here, I’ll just show you how to connect your Android or iPhone to an Arduino wirelessly. If you don’t have internet, this will be done offline, so there won’t be any need for it.

As an Access Point (AP Mode), our ESP8266 will let other devices (stations) connect to the Wi-Fi network and connect them to a wired network, so they can talk to each other.

The process is very simple. From your phone, you can tell Arduino to do anything you want it to do. Everything will be wireless thanks to the ESP8266, so everything will be wireless.

It doesn’t even matter if you write a single line of code; all you have to do is drag and drop.

In this step-by-step guide, you’ll learn how to make any Arduino device without writing any code. There are many other modules that you can use with the Arduino. You’ll also learn how to use Bluetooth and SPI and I2C. Also, you’ll learn how to get started with Arduino programming without writing a line of code.

I’m sure that by the end of this course, you’ll find it much easier to make projects without writing any code.

In web development, you can make client apps that send TCP requests to ESP. If you’re good at making mobile apps or other types of apps, you can make apps that send TCP requests to ESP.

Sample apps you can make are Remote Control, Web Control Panel, ChatBot, Push the button app, and so on. You can also make apps like this. You can make apps like this.

Make two of these projects so they can talk to each other.

Or you could make a device that sends TCP requests to the Arduino Uno to tell it what to do.


Who this course is for:

  • Those Who Are Interested in Programming an Arduino Without Writing Code
  • Anyone who wants to teach Arduino to kids and old people without having to learn how to code.
  • Who wants to learn a new way to program an Arduino.
  • Anyone who wants to turn ideas into projects quickly.

Add WiFi to Arduino Boards: Enable Web Connectivity Features

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