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In this video I show you how a web server running on the ESP8266 can send a full webpage as a response to a web browser. We build on the web server code we set up in another video (https://youtu.be/m2fEXhl70OY), and change the response in one of the routes.

The webpage that’s served includes a button element. When the button is clicked, the request that’s sent to the web server makes the ESP8266 toggle on and off the built-in LED on the development board.

One of the most common tasks when using the ESP8266 is setting it up as a device that connects to a network and responds to traffic on it (i.e., a web server). I wanted to show you, in detail, how to take things further and serve webpages in response to specific requests.

ACROBOTIC Development Board for ESP8266:
ACROBOTIC ESP8266 ESP-12E Development Board with USB-to-Serial Onboard
http://amzn.to/2dAZ1mW (affiliate)

Detailed guide for getting started with the ESP8266 Development Board:
http://learn.acrobotic.com/tutorials/post/esp8266-getting-started

Firmware for the Arduino IDE:
https://github.com/acrobotic/Ai_Tips_ESP8266/tree/master/webserver_html

Music by Jason Shaw (http://audionautix.com/). Creative Commons License 3.0.

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