Use the Ionic framework to build an app that can control your hardware or hit any REST API.
A project that speaks on behalf of mother nature. It is real time air quality monitoring device.
Control your garage door from wherever you are.
My aim is to minimize the loss of electricity there is when people forget to switch off their fans or lights, through smart home solution.
Use a $9 GSM module & the Hologram network to remotely control any Arduino with Blynk App.
A lamp which changes color according to the tweets of people.
How to merge different IoT devices and services? Node-RED provides an elegant solution.
Automating a chicken coop with sensors and actors, using an Arduino MKR1000 and the Blynk internet dashboard.
Learn how to gain remote control of your DIY constructions with the easy to use Blynk interface.
A project that displays the temperature and humidity of a room on your mobile in real time.
Simply click a button to receive your phone's geolocation.
Learn how to use Blynk with Node.js on a variety of platforms.
This tutorial shows how to flash firmware on the ESP8266-01. Also how to connect the ESP8266-01/Arduino to Blynk.
Controlling water and heat of a plantation, using real data as temperature, relative air humidity, and soil moisture.
Monitor your living room temperature remotely using DHT-11, ESP8266 WiFi module, and Blynk.
Chunchunmaru is an Arduino UNO-based robot which can carry heavy loads (100kg-200kg) from one location to another.
Using Blynk and your own BLE dongle you can monitor your Smart electric drive EV.
Octopod, a uniquely shaped full automation system that allows you to monitor your industry and keep security with AI and smart RFID locks.
Life Band monitors the health conditions of elderly up to date and provide immediate medical assistance if necessary.
Connecting an electrical bulb with Arduino Uno and accessing it from Android Phone.
An ultimate tutorial for beginners on how to connect and use an ESP8266 via Arduino and program it to blink an LED using the Blynk app.
saving water smartly.
Using PixyCam and Intel Arduino 101 to drive this rover. Easy Robotic Vision system using PixyCam, rover reacts to the ball using Pan/Tilt.
Here's an introduction to control a Nema 17 stepper motor with the help of the Adafruit TB6612 OR A4988 Stepstick OR PHPoC PES-2405 R2