Guidelines for writing code for the ESP8266

Espressif’s ESP8266 WiFi SoC is an increasingly popular chip for Internet of Things projects, both hobby and professional, because it combines a capable MCU with a WiFi radio in a single chip for an amazingly low cost. It’s received a lot of attention in many blogs but I wanted to give a little bit more technical depth on the MCU architecture and my best practices for programming it.¬†There are some¬†idiosyncrasies which have to be taken into account when programming to get the most out of the SoC.

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