Are you ready to take your ESP32 skills past simple circuits and sketches? What you'll learn: How to use PlatformIO, an advanced development environment for the ESP32 and many other platforms. AdafruitIO cloud IoT service. IFTTT (If This Then That) cloud IoT service. Use your ESP32 with Google Assistant. How to combine challenging features, like a software watchdog and Internet time. Integrate persistent storage and Wifi communications to your ESP32 gadget. Techniques, like multi-file projects and source control. Higher level design considerations, like user interface design and user interaction. Requirements Good working knowledge of the ESP32. Not familiar with the ESP32? I recommend starting with ESP32 For Arduino Makers. To complete this course, you will need to be familiar with the ESP32 dev kit. Description Are you ready to take your ESP32 skills past simple circuits and sketches? A new learning adventure awaits you. Now that you have learned the basics of the ESP32, it is time to experience the true power of this technology. It is time to create an application that will stretch your existing knowledge and skills. An application that will introduce you to new possibilities. With ESP32 Unleashed, you have this opportunity. ESP32 Unleashed give you a challenging project and the guidance you need to complete it. A project that combines... Challenging features, like a software watchdog and Internet time. Technical capabilities, like persistent storage and Wifi communications. Techniques, like multi-file projects and source control. Tools, like PlatformIO and Microsoft Visual Studio Code. Higher-level design considerations, like user interface design and user interaction. ...to deliver a real, useful, working gadget. A project like this can stretch your hungry mind and fill it with new delicious knowledge. ESP32 Unleashed is a project course This course is perfect for people familiar with the ESP32, especially graduates of ESP32 For Busy People. It is a guided project, designed to teach you how to use modern tools to create modern embedded applications based on the ESP32. Course hardware requirements To complete this course, you will need a few hardware components. You can find a list in the free Hardware lecture in the first section of the course. In this course, you will learn how to make an IoT gadget. You'll use the knowledge you acquired in ESP32 For Busy People. You'll learn new knowledge so that you can integrate new components and tools. This course is action-packed. Here are some highlights: You'll use PlatformIO, a fully-featured, modern development environment, running inside Microsoft Visual Studio Code, an excellent graphical programming editor, in the place of the Arduino IDE. Both PlatformIO and MS Code are free applications, and with them, you'll be able to create applications that can take advantage of the capabilities of the ESP32. The gadget that you'll create in this course will make use of three Cloud-based platforms: AdafruitIO, If This Then That, and Google Assistant, to implement modern IoT capabilities. You will learn how to create reliable and feature-rich applications using techniques like software watchdogs, ESP32 internal resources like the EEPROM, and peripherals like a TFT touch screen. As always, the course follows the familiar Tech Explorations format, which includes all schematic wiring diagrams and demo sketches, a logical course structure, high-quality video and audio, and thoughtful and calm delivery. In addition, in this course, you can also download the complete PlatformIO project file, which also includes every single Git commit I have made during the recording of the lectures. Who this course is for This course is perfect for people familiar with the ESP32, especially graduates of ESP32 For Arduino Makers..