If you want a NodeMCU device that could help you to control all your house electrical devices, then this will be your best guide
This project is a wireless drone that can be controlled using the Blynk app on your phone. It has an autonomous mode that avoids objects.
Build an Android or iOS app for your hardware with no coding!
A simple device that turns the lights on when the user approaches home.
Never miss anyone at your door! A system that notifies your phone and email whenever someone presses the doorbell.
This is a short tutorial for connecting and setting up the MH-Z14A carbon dioxide sensor in Arduino w/OTA updates and Blynk.
Read sensor data and toggle LEDs with the Blynk mobile app and the TI CC3200 LaunchPad
An internet-connected, servo-driven deadbolt actuator that can be operated remotely using a smartphone.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to control an Arduino with the help of Blynk App and ESP8266 WiFi Module. This project is quite simple!
Interfacing ultrasonic sensor with NodeMCU and displaying the distance in the Blynk app.
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.
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.
Monitor your living room temperature remotely using DHT-11, ESP8266 WiFi module, and Blynk.
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.
Build a beautiful Holiday Shadow Theater and control the animated scene with your phone.
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
Simplest wifi car controlled by your smartphone using NodeMcu esp8266 and Blynk.
With this tutorial, we will learn how to handle this fantastic little device, the NodeMCU ESP-12E and Blynk platform.