Espruino compatible hardware. ESP8266 tested modules

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  • I'm successfully running (basic java code) Espruino 1.94 (binary for ESP8266) on following devices:

    ESP8266 basic module
    Wemos D1 Mini
    Sonoff Smart Socket S20
    Sonoff POW
    Sonoff Smart Wifi

    If anyone else can list your devices (with link to the producers) that would be great.

  • There are a shitload of them. Nowadays everyone and their mom has some custom ESP8266 board; they're all compatible with Espruino as long as they give you a way to load custom f/w

    Just to mention a few dev-boards:
    NodeMCU (which now might as well be generic - countless chinese vendors sell clones) is a very popular one. Unfortunately they have the pins numbered based on the nodemcu pin numbering, instead of the manufacturers GPIO numbers. Don't get me started on that.

    Adafruit sells them under the name "Huzzah" - this is an ESP12 breakout without the serial adapter onboard (they also have the Feather Huzzah, an atmega32u4 tied to an ESP8266 on the serial port, and the Huzzah32, for the ESP32, which does have USB-serial adapter on it)

    Sparkfun sells "ESP8266 Thing"

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Espruino compatible hardware. ESP8266 tested modules

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