Have you experimented with the above kit ?
I downloaded alot of your ebooks and just got 2 ESP32 chips today . Just wondered if the MakerFocus kit would be an easy way to start ?
That kit behaves like a “regular” ESP32, but it already comes with some peripherals like the display, accelerometer, magnetometer, SD card reader, etc.
You just need to take into account the pins that the peripherals are connected to. Usually, the board comes with the labels.
Let me know if you have any more doubts.
I have the MakerFocus ESP32 Development Board and it works great. It’s not the stackable kind though. I would recommend it for the RNT courses. The OLED display is more useful than you think. When you have the board away from your computer you can’t easily see any debug messages on the console but you can use the display to see them instead.
Thanks for the help . i will be ordering on soon. By the way I just got my first ESP32 dev kit board up and running by following the tutorials and the the windows procedures on GIT hub.
I have been reading the ESP32 tutorial a number of times before I actually followed the instructions and got my board to work . I dont totally understand what everything in the install process was doing but it worked. Thats all i care about for now . I am just a 72 yr old hobbyist with PC and networking and server experiance but not down to this level. I was making 4wd mobile cars with UNO bds and got frustrated with not having multi processors to have quicker response to sensors , so thats why I learning ESP and all the other things it can do. I just want to compliment you and your husband for the great tutorials. They go to great depths to explain everything and give you real world programs and experiments . Kudo’s Great work. I dont know when you guys sleep.