In the first update, we saw how to set up an AWS IoT account and how to use bare-metal ‘C’ on ESP32 to securely communicate with the cloud service. Today, I am happy to announce an Arduino library to achieve the same. This, I believe would greatly expedite prototyping, as Arduino already has libraries for numerous sensors out there.
Check the tutorial on installing the library, configuring the credentials and logging sensor data with AWS IOT.
Tutorial on communicating with AWS IOT using Arduino on ESP32
At this stage we are all set to introduce you to Hornbill IO. Stay tuned for more!