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Hardware components:
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Particle Electron
SparkFun Photon Micro OLED Shield
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Breadboard (generic)


The assembly
Just put the Electron on the OLED shield


Double click, sub in your Access Token and Device ID and you should be ready to go!
<script src="" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8"></script>

var accessToken = "ACCESS TOKEN";
var deviceID = "DEVICE ID"
var url = "" + deviceID + "/sender";

function callback(data, status){
	if (data.return_value == 1) {
		alert(" Message being sent");
		alert("Could not Connect to your Device");

function sendMessage(){
	message = $("#message").val();
   	$.post(url, {params: message, access_token: accessToken}, callback);




<h1>Message Sender</h1>
<input id="message" value="Hello!" size="64"/>
<input type="button" value="Send" onclick="sendMessage()" /> <br/>



Jack Derbis

Enjoy making with Arduino and Particle boards!

Thanks to Simon Monk.


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