How to receive push notifications on phone from ESP8266 : pushover

Giovanni Bernardo | July 1st, 2018

We’ve done some domotic application in our home so now we need a system that consents to send push notifications on phone while we’re out of home. In this tutorial we’ll see how to set-up an ESP8266 for this task using an Android/iOS app called pushover.

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Hackerino: that time when an italian Hacker stole into an american military database (?)

Giovanni Bernardo | May 30th, 2018

In the 1991 an italian cyberpunk magazine received a misterious VHS. The movie contained in that VHS were published in the 2006 and shows an hacker wore a Mickey Mouse mask that penetrated (?) in a american military database. The whole story smells a rat

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The new Microchip PICkit 4 is very powerful

Giovanni Bernardo | March 22nd, 2018

New version of low-cost Microchip programmer for PICmicros is very powerful and full of innovations

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A speech synthesis phone caller-id circuit without microcontrollers

Andrea Barbadoro | March 11th, 2018

A simple project that says, literally, the name of caller and hangs-up in case of anonym user without using microcontrollers

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Programming PICmicro in C with MPLABX – 7 segments led stopwatch

Giovanni Bernardo | March 7th, 2018

In this article we’ll realize a 4-digit stopwatch using a PICmicro and a 7-segments led display.

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Lagorino : an open-source educational robot

Stefano Scibilia | March 1st, 2018

Lagorino is an open-source educational robot Arduino based. The base configuration is Line Follower. It can be made using common components and 3D printing services.

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PIC16F18877 – Clock Settings and Configuration Word

Giovanni Bernardo | February 24th, 2018

New Microchip Picmicros has a little bit complex clock configuration since there are a lot of features such as the Clock Switching and the Fail-Safe Clock Monitor. Let’s see how to write the Configuration Word and change the oscillator at runtime.

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