If you’re new to Arduino and connecting Arduino to the internet, the process might seem complicated at first. Many beginners face challenges when it comes to internet connectivity while coding with Arduino. Without a user-friendly interface and built-in debugging tools, it can be difficult to identify and rectify errors. In this article, we will provide a comprehensive guide on connecting your Arduino board to the internet, including the necessary code.
When I first began playing around with my Arduino Uno, I was very proud of making LEDs blink and sensors beep. But I soon realized that the true potential of an Arduino can only be achieved once you connect it to the internet.
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Pretty much any intermediate to advanced level Arduino project will require you to connect to the internet for various reasons, be it logging data on the cloud such as weather data, or passing on real-time commands to your device remotely such as via an app on your phone.
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In this tutorial, we are going to look at how to connect your Arduino device to the internet comprehensively. Everything—from the hardware to the circuit and code—will be covered.