Add Basic for iPhone (B4I) and Basic for Android (B4R) to your Design Cycle, and put your iPhone to work as a remote control device. We’ll write the iPhone code using B4I and code up an I/O pin switch server using an inexpensive WEMOS D1 mini and B4R.
Using the same coding paradigm, we’ll then code the other side of our app to target an inexpensive WEMOS device based on the ESP8266.
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