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This is a bit rough but I use it to make bitmaps I can embed into my C code which I can then use as displayable icons.

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Over the last few months I've been refining and debugging my home automation system. I've written about it earlier. The design c...

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A while ago I posted a breadboard friendly breakout board for the ESP8266-01 along with a breadboard circuit to flash it. Sinc...

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