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Questions and Answers
hello Where can i find the pinout for the doit dev kit with 2x18 pins
It can be programmed with the Arduino IDE?
Of course he can, even more warmly, recommend you to use the Arduino IDE. There is already a lot of official support from espreeif so there is no need to manually download the entire git-hub development package from the net into the / hardvare directory, but it can be elegantly incorporated with support through the Arduino IDE Board Manager where you just need to add a new path to the list : https://dl.espressif.com/dl/package_esp32_index.json Afterwards, select DOIT ESP32 DEV KIT only from the list
Jtire on 19 August 2018
If you are using a text editor based ide like arduino make sure to add a 0.47uF capacitor between EN(aka RST) and GND to automatically flash the chip or else you will have headaches during the flashing process. If your chip already flashes well ignore this. Just wanted to put this here since this was I believe neglected and if anyone else struggles with it. Overall nice chip!!!
lnavar0901 on 12 April 2018
This is the most advanced chip from Expressif. Dual core, 4 Mbyte memory, low power modes..... You can program as a microcontorller with internet conectivity.
foksa on 29 March 2018
This is upgraded board. Comparing to previous version, it is a bit longer, have more pins, and newer Rev. 1 chip. While great board, ESP32 is still a bit of a bleeding edge. If you need with better support and lot of libraries, you should choose esp8266: http://bit.ly/2F2ATFV
Archibald on 02 February 2018
I saw this development board as being between an Arduino and a Raspberry Pi: having much better speed and memory than a classic Arduino but only a little more expensive than an entry-level Arduino from Banggood. I have an application in mind for a niche-market product where the 10 touch-sensitive inputs could be very valuable. I used instructions from GitHub to install both the 'Arduino for ESP32' development environment and the 'Expressif IoT Development Framework' (ESP-IDF). You need to be a really serious geek to use the latter. The amount downloaded during the installation process is astonishing. Software for the ESP is still being developed collaboratively using GitHub. Documentation from GitHub is very poor with some collaborators not even adding any comments to their code. However there is an excellent PDF book by Neil Kolban available to download which runs to 1033 pages. Compiling a program ("sketch") with libraries from scratch takes ages but recompiling after code edit is reasonably fast. My photo shows that on a breadboard, connections are only available along one side. It's possible to run wires from breadboard holes under the development board (inserting them before inserting the board). A better option is to use two breadboards linked together with the development board spanning from one breadboard to the other.
foksa on 22 January 2018
This is upgraded board. Comparing to previous version, it is a bit longer, have more pins, and newer Rev. 1 chip.While great board, ESP32 is still relatively new, if you need with better support and lot of libraries, for at least a little while, you should choose esp8266: http://bit.ly/2F2ATFV
foksa on 03 December 2017
Really powerful board that is quite popular at the moment. It has two cores, and integrated wifi and bluetooth. But be aware, this little board is still relatively new and a bit of the bleeding edge. If you are learning or need better support and stability you might consider getting arduino ( https://goo.gl/33Xgg1 ) or esp8266: https://goo.gl/F1Dbkl
mrma1 on 29 November 2017
The silicon chip is revision 1 (the newer one). It's different than the pictures shown on the page, it's 36 pins not 30.
pr409434 on 14 May 2017
Pin mapping from schema and Espressif documentation
Darthgonzo on 02 January 2017
There is no Proper Pinout Map for this one... Also the WROOM-32 has 38 Pins but this Develop Board has only 30.. so 8 Pins are gone. Wroom has 3 GND this breakout has 2 (Why? 1 should be OK) To bad that they dont use the Reference Layout... so some Pins/Funktions are not usable... Also the Soldering isnt that good, i have to resolder some pins. Last part was the shipping, the Module was in his ESD bag and this bag was in a simple Paperbag.. no protection.. lucky me it was not damaged during the handling.from China to Germany.
Benny on 27 December 2016
I've had this thing in my watch list since it first appeared at banggood. The links in the description take you to a chaps page where you can install and program with Lua, however, I wanted to use Arduino. Searching the internet and another of my favourite sites, Instructables, I found a guide that will make installing Arduino on this a breeze. You can find the Installing on Windows guide here - https://github.com/espressif/arduino-esp32/blob/master/doc/windows.md Mac/ *nix / Linux can be found here - https://github.com/espressif/arduino-esp32 I'm in the process of making some resources of my own, in particular a pinout map, which will be on my website here - http://www.sub12.co.uk/forum/projects/olympic-style-target-system#post-19 Delivery from BangGood was awesome as usual, and the product arrived in perfect condition.