1001 ways to blink a LED

... and do other stuffs!

Using Platform.io to blink a NodeMCU’s LED.

Recently, I discovered Platform.io which is a set of tools integrated in Atom editor. It allows the VERY easy management of tool chains for multiple boards. Here is my first program.

Using a Raspberry Pi 3 as a Wifi access point and bridge

In this article I’ll present how I used a Raspberry Pi 3 to create a Wifi access point. The specificity of my setup, is that the Raspberry won’t be a router but a bridge. DHCP is thus delegated to the… Continue Reading →

Check this out

This is my new Pebble watchface. It is updated for the new Pebble SDK4. I’m very happy because it has been featured in the ready for SDK4 section. Link to the watchface

  Une bat-amélioration apportée à une bat-veilleuse pour de beaux bat-rêves.

Cheating at Pixel Miner on Pebble watch

Pixel Miner is a game for the Pebble smartwatch. It requires you to launch the app regularly so that the character continues to dig pixels. I tend to forget to re-launch the app and the mothership seems so far that… Continue Reading →

Adding user authentication to Mosquitto


Great tutorial to set user authentication and topic ACL for Mosquitto.

Controlling NodeMCU’s LED through MQTT

In this very simple example, I will setup a NodeMCU to connect to my MQTT broker and light its LED depending on received messages. This gives a very simple IOT device to test the MQTT protocol.

Add an SSL certificate to NGINX

Today I moved my web server from HTTP to HTTPS. I used StartSSL to get a free certificate.

Enabling and using WebSockets on Mosquitto

In this post, we’ll see how to enable and use the WebSocket protocol in Mosquitto to allow MQTT transmission from Javascript. A sample use of MQTT through a WebSocket is then performed.

Setting up Mosquitto on Raspbian Jessie

In this post I’ll explore how to install Mosquitto (MQTT Broker) and test it is working.

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