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How to create an office or studio status indicator and doorbell with NodeMCU Part #4

2020-12-17

Welcome to part 4 of the series, we are going to be connecting the two devices we have built so far through EC2 and an express server using authenticated post requests.

How to create an office or studio status indicator and doorbell with NodeMCU Part #3

2020-12-14

How to create an office or studio status indicator and doorbell with NodeMCU Part #2

2020-12-13

This is the second part of our series on how to setup a status indicator and doorbell. Here we are going to be setting up our three different states, busy (red), recording(blinking red) & free (green)

How to create an office or studio status indicator and doorbell with NodeMCU Part #1

2020-12-12

This is a fun project, if you ever wanted to show your status at your desk or outside your desk and you wanted to build it yourself then this is the tutorial for you. Your total parts cost is going to be less than $40 and you may already have the parts you need if you have some electronics stuff lying around. I am going to be using Mongoose OS for development framework and cli.

Gatsby Development Server + AWS free micro instance

2020-12-04

There is a great article by Katie from Katie Kodes blog about setting up a live dev site with heroku, Gatsby & Sanity. I wanted to share my solution which is with an AWS EC2 t2.micro free tier instance. I have found Gatsby Cloud to be limiting in the amount of real time preview edits and always hit the limit with my very simple sites. So let's get started...

The Definitive Guide to Setting up Sanity.io with GatsbyJS

2020-05-01

You've spent some time researching different CMS's and static site generator's and you've decided you want to use sanity.io and Gatsbyjs. But all the resources out there are either how to setup a pre-exisiting project or don't go far enough.