Controlling Esp12E NodeMCU with LED from website (local network)

Controlling Esp12E NodeMCU with LED from website (local network)
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Controlling Esp12E NodeMCU with LED from website (local network)

Introduction

In this tutorial, we will be Controlling Esp12E NodeMCU with LED from website . We will create a web app with three buttons for three leds for turning it on and off. We will see step wise process along with source code for the implementation. Note that the web app which we will make can control your LED of  ESP12E NodeMCU Wifi Development Board through local network only. Your ESP12E module and your laptop in which the web page is there should be connected to same WiFi network, or same hot-spot. The IP address which is assigned to ESP12E Module is local. It is connected to internet via single tunnel. But don't worry, I will write a tutorial on controlling the LED connected to ESP12E NodeMCU from any where in the world 🙂 . So lets begin.

Bill of Material

  • Half Size Breadboard - 1
  • ESP12E (Node MCU) Development Board- 1
  • Micro USB Cable - 1

If you don't have the components, you can buy it from the below links (Most of the general components like LED and wire, you can easily get from local market. I am just listing out the important and specific components).

For USA

Half Size Breadboard :Solderless Breadboard with 400 Tie-Point (White)
Micro USB Cable : Universal Micro USB Flat Data Cable -Rock Original-Grey
ESP12E Node MCU development Board : ESP12E Node MCU development Board

For India

Half Size Breadboard :Solderless Breadboard with 400 Tie-Point (White)
Micro USB Cable : Universal Micro USB Flat Data Cable -Rock Original-Grey
ESP12E Node MCU development Board : ESP12E Node MCU development Board

Click on any of the below lessons to start.

(You can check out all the tutorials on ESP12E nodemcu here)

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