If you do not already have an Adafruit IO account set up, head over to io.adafruit.com to link your Adafruit.com account to Adafruit IO.

We need to create a new feed to hold data for the cube's current face (its orientation). Navigate to the feeds page on Adafruit IO. Then click Actions -> Create New Feed, and name this feed cubeorientation

We're also going to need our Adafruit IO username and our secret API key.

Navigate to your profile and click the View AIO Key button to retrieve them. Write them down in a safe place, we'll need them for later.

Now that Adafruit IO is set up, let's move on to setting up our Feather HUZZAH ESP8266 with the Prop-Maker Wing. 

This guide was first published on Jan 14, 2019. It was last updated on Sep 26, 2018.

This page (Adafruit IO Setup) was last updated on Sep 25, 2018.

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