ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – ESPectro Programming – 13 May 2017

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Hello! ESPectro Programming Class today 🙂

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Muhammad had to catch up, he picked up where he left: connecting to wifi with ESPectro and display the data of wifi 🙂

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Muhammad was so excited to find out that he can display the details of a wifi he connected to. Next is to scan the available wifi and display the details, including the security and signal strength 🙂

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Nafis was very happy to be able to turn on his neopixels and change their colors 🙂

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Nafis learned to set the neopixels individually too

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So he can set different colors for each neopixel (the color was red, green and blue). And later he changed it into a more specific colors like sky blue, baby pink etc. 😀

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Rafi started to connect his ESPectro to LCD I2C today. He was a bit confused because he had connected LCD I2C to Arduino before, and didn’t know how to do it with ESPectro, which was lots easier 🙂

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Yep, it worked right away 🙂

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Then Rafi learned how to display custom characters on LCD

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Like this simple smiley

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And later he created a simple animation, from smiling smiley to sad smiley 😉 We planned to make more animation next week 🙂

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Raul was working on displaying simple custom chars too 🙂

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He was asked to create a battery icon

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and he did 🙂 He was working on make it animating like charging and discharging 😉 How interesting! Can’t wait to see the progress next week 🙂

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Whoaa we had the Godfather there to, working on his own very advanced project 😉

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The class! ❤ ❤ ❤

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See you next week 🙂

 

 

ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – ESPectro Programming – 22 April 2017

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Our ESPectro Programming class yesterday 🙂 Muhammad arrived early and set up the class, thanks so much 🙂

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Yesterday we finishing some installation and start testing the ESPectro starting from LED, button, and then neopixel. Some had tried the wifi connection as well 🙂

This is Ren (left side, with glasses) assisting Nafis to debug his program 🙂

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Naifs was so excited that the installation was completely done and he could start exploring the development board 😉

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Muhammad was catching up with the handout, he was testing the neopixel

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Reza creating the traffic light with neopixel and button for pedestrian crossing 🙂

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Ren completed all the task given 🙂

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Danesh started following handout from the beginning, from LED to button 🙂 He will probably start the neopixel next week 🙂

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Raul quickly finished his neopixel traffic light and tried the wifi connection coding

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Some codes was already in the example sketches, but most of them should be typed manually 🙂

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But if you bear with it, things will work 😉

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Reza was doing modification on wifi connecting code so it can detect more than one connection 🙂

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We will explore more about wifi connections next week 🙂

ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – ESPectro Programming – 15 April 2017

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Our class today before most of the kids showing up 🙂 Very few learning ESPectro Programming today, probably because of the long weekend 🙂

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Clarence continued his ESPectro projects, which usually different with what’s been taught in the class 😀

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Ren catching up with what he missed next week 🙂

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He finished button and button to serial

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And neopixel coding. He will continue the neopixel traffic light next week 🙂

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After a month, Nafis was back 🙂

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We needed to install libraries and drivers before we get started 🙂

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Lucky that we have a handy handout we can always refer to! 🙂

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We will start IoT Programming very soon, as soon as each kid’s infrastructure is ready 🙂