Ok - you've connected your board to WipperSnapper. Now what?
This page will give you a quick tour of Adafruit IO WipperSnapper and its core features.
The Device List page provides a list of the devices you've connected to Adafruit IO WipperSnapper along with their connection status.
Think of it as a virtual inventory for your boards!
You can visit this page at any time by navigating to https://io.adafruit.com/wippersnapper.
Clicking on a device from the Devices List page will bring you to its device page. This page is an interface to configure and interact with anything physically connected to your device.
You may think of it as the state of your device at any given time.
When you register a device for the first time, this page will be empty, it's a clean slate!
A "component" in WipperSnapper denotes anything which is physically connected to your hardware.
This can include sensors, buttons, LEDs, NeoPixels, displays, and more!
When you click New Component, your hardware will automatically connect to and configure the component using the settings you specified. No coding required!
Additionally, a component also sets up a unique Adafruit IO feed to store the component's data stream on the web.
Nope! WipperSnapper remembers each component's configuration for each of your boards. The "state" of your board's configuration is saved to its device page.
When you re-connect a board to WipperSnapper, it will automatically re-configure every component listed on the Device Page. The most recent value stored on each component's feed will be sent to the device.
We're actively working towards adding more components and component types to Adafruit Wippersnapper.
We also gladly take community contributions to Adafruit IO - You can add your own component by following this guide.