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JavaScript Enabled ESP8266 with IoT Firmware Built on Raspberry PI

The ESP8266 gained huge popularity over the last years, being a small module with a powerful MCU, SPI Flash, 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g/n WiFi capabilities and relatively small power consumption, all these for just a few bucks. This article focuses on discussing how to use JavaScript to program an ESP8266. C
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