Getting Started with NodeMCU/Arduino Ide in Ubuntu

By default, Arduino IDE doesn't support NodeMCU boards so for that we add the link inside Board Manager to packages.

Now on reloading board Manager, we need to add esp8266 community library to use wifi option available in the NodeMCU and also adafruit library if need in future scope.

change the board to NodeMCU

The main problem is USB support inside IDE so for that we need to add the user account to admin privileges.

command: sudo usermod -a -G dialout <username>

after this command please log out and then log in.

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