IoTtweet library for https://www.iottweet.com dashboard using. Internet of Things cloud data storage and control
[step 1.] Signup account with https://www.iottweet.com/signup/register.php
[step 2.] Prepare your IoT device and install 2 library as below into your computer. 2.1) ESP8266WiFi.h library - Open Arduino IDE on your computer. - Go to preferences. - Add link "http://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/package_esp8266com_index.json" into Board Manager URLs. - Save and re-start Arduino IDE. - Go to Tool > Boards > Boards Manager. - Scroll down and find "esp8266 by ESP8266 community". This is contained a library of ESP8266WiFi.h. - Click install, and after installed complete, click close. - Restart Arduino IDE again. - Open example, you will see some examples code of ESP8266WiFi.h. And now ready to coding ESP8266.
2.2) ArduinoJson.h library - Open Arduino IDE on your computer. - Go to Sketch> Include Libraries > Manage Libraries - Search "ArduinoJson" in search box, and make install it. - Restart Arduino IDE again.
2.3) IoTtweet.h library (we provided in this GITHUB) - Download this repository into your computer. - Extract files. - Copy folder name IoTtweet which contained 2 files of IoTtweet.h and IoTtweet.cpp, paste this folder at Arduino > libraries. - Restart Arduino IDE, ready to use IoTtweet command.
Upload example code in this repository and change some parameter to your parameter.
const char *userid = "your_IoTtweet_userID";
const char *key = "your_registered_IoT_device_key";
const char *ssid = "your_wifi_ssid";
const char *password = "your_wifi_password";
float data0, data1, data2, data3;
const char *private_tweet = "Hello%20World";
const char *public_tweet = "I%20am%20Internet%20of%20Things";
:warning: :warning: Library this version is not supported "blank space" between each string to send tweet. Please replace "blank space" with %20
Find out more at : https://www.iottweet.com/getstarted.php