Connect an ESP32 to Wifi using Arduino IDE

In this article, we will connect the ESP32 to our local wifi router utilizing the Arduino IDE. We can do this with the ESP32 because it contains a WiFi chip on the board. This makes for a very good Internet of Things (IoT) device. So let’s get started. Of course, everything in the Arduino is a library; so let’s add the Wifi library.

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