Programming the WeMos D1 mini


So I went ahead and ordered the WeMos D1 Mini (now called Lolin D1 Mini). It's a diminutive ESP8266 dev board with reportedly very low deep sleep current draw.

To program this board, the CH340 driver needs to be installed in order to access the board via USB.


Then select the corresponding board type in Arduino. No code change is necessary.

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