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myDevices' Cayenne Now Supporting ESP8266 Thing Dev Board

myDevices’ Cayenne platform, free for makers, supports the work of 260,000 users with its drag-and-drop IoT Project Builder, allowing those users to quickly design, prototype, and commercialize IoT solutions without needing enterprise-level resources. SparkFun’s ESP8266 Thing Development Board is the first non-LoRa board to be supported by the platform, opening up development possibilities to makers looking to create IoT projects with WiFi using the Cayenne platform.

Sign up for our contest on Hackster starting July 20!

First place takes home $200 Cash + $100 SparkFun Promo Code + ESP-WROVER-KIT + Swag. 16 different prizes in all!

Show us how you use the ESP8266 to simplify the connected world! There is no project too big or too small. Want to monitor the temperature in a room? Perfect. Thinking of creating an automated garden? Excellent. We can’t wait to see what you are able to come up with.

myDevices, SparkFun, and Espressif have partnered to give you the world’s first ESP8266 IoT contest. Espressif Systems produces the ESP8266 chip; SparkFun is a worldwide leader in open-source hardware, providing components, kits, and tutorials to speed up prototyping and make electronics more accessible; and myDevices created Cayenne - world’s first drag-and-drop IoT project builder - that aims to simplify the connected world. With the help of these innovative organizations, this contest will be a rewarding experience for all participants.

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