Consolidación de links para ESP8266 (y ESP32)

Voy a tratar de ordenar todos los links que vaya encontrando para el ESP8266 y ESP32

Plataformas de desarrollo:

Platformio IDE:

Arduino IDE:

conectar y entrar en modo bootloader de esp8266:
Conviene agregar 2 botones y hacer una secuencia para entrar en modo bootloader como muestra en :



Seteo de toolchain para ESP8266:

Maker pro: Proyectos en Arduino, Raspberry pi e Intel Edison: https://Maker.Pro/

Sistemas operativos:


Bare Metal Programming: 2016/10/07/how-to-write-esp8266-firmware-from-scratch-using-esp-bare-metal-sdk-and-c-language/

Usando comandos AT:

Proyectos con ESP8266:

Foro que discuten implemantación de CNC:,594898

Evitar uso de realtime clock: id/TESTED-Timekeeping-on-ESP8266-Arduino-Uno-WITHOUT-/

celular como dispositivo IOT mosquitto:

Wifi serial gateway tb tiene algo de mosquito:

arduino robot using esp8266:

Lenguaje basic en el esp8266:


boot over network esp8266 tftp bootloader:

Para programar el Esp con esptool:

Protocolos relacionados con IOT:

Kits de desarrollo:
wemos D1 mini
adafruit Esp32:

Algunos links de ebay:
5pc ESP8266 12F
esp wroom 32
Wemos D1 dev kit
esp32s Dev kit

A clasificar:

Tutorial para poder compilar para el esp8266 el firmware
armar la VM: setup_a_vm_to_host_your_toolchain


2 thoughts on “Consolidación de links para ESP8266 (y ESP32)

  1. Hi,

    I had a question regarding the “Links” page on your website. Are you accepting suggestions for the page?

    If you are, I would like to suggest adding Maker Pro under the “CONSOLIDATION OF LINKS FOR ESP8266 (AND ESP32)” header. They are an active, open source platform for maker projects much like Hack A Day. These projects are centered around Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Intel Edison, home automation and more. And better yet, the content is completely user generated. Here is the URL for their website if you would like to have a look:


    Let me know what you think of this suggestion or if you need any additional information!


    1. Hello,
      I added your link in the Tutorial section on the header that you said. Thanks for the advice.
      I was using this blog primarly to sort some resources for making projects for me and to share with some friends, but I am happy if it helps someone else saving time searching in internet.


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