Cloud Home Automation Series:Part 3 Create web-client in Node-RED to control ESP32 from Web

Cloud Home Automation Series:Part 3 Create web-client in Node-RED to control ESP32 from Web

Welcome to SIMPLE LEARNING AWS Cloud Home Automation, Zero to Hero Series. In the third part, we are going to create a web-endpoint that will trigger remote execution in ESP32 by securely switching ON/OFF the ESP32 inbuilt led from a website hosted in Node-RED. Before starting, let’s do a recap, in Part 1, we have connected the ESP32 MCU with AWS and able to publish Messages to IoT Core and in Part 2 we have uploaded another code which interacts with Things Shadow to control ESP32 inbuilt led using MQTT client. The following series split into four parts (refer below) with very simple and clear instructions to provision a home automation system to control house appliances through the web. Everything has been covered from scratch you won’t face any difficulty understanding. In case of any clarification, drop me a note on LinkedIn. Feel free to explore them with ease, skip to the one which is relevant to you.