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Soil moisure + E-Mail | ESP8266 | IFTT

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In this project, We will learn how to make HTTP POST request using ESP8266 NodeMCU with Arduino IDE. Here will use IFTT as Server side. If you didn't see my previous tutorial about how to make voice controll home automation using IFTT, can check from above link.


Components that I have used
    
      1. Soil moisture sensor
    

      2.NodeMCU
   
      3.Jumper wires

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Connection
    

      NodeMCU  ___________  Soil moisture sensor

           VV ______________  VCC

           GND _____________ GND

            A0  _______________ A0

Creating an IFTTT Account

If you don’t have an IFTTT account, go the IFTTT website: ifttt.com and enter your email address to create an account and get started.

Next you need to create a new applet. follow my steps bellow that I have given.
 
     1. Open the left menu in the IFTT website and click the “Create” button

   
    
      2. Then Click on this word. Search for webhooks service and select it.


        3. Choose the “Receive a web request” trigger and give a name to the event.
In this case, I’ve typed “soil_moisture”. Then, click the “Create trigger” button.


4. Click the “that” word to proceed. Now, define what happens when the event you’ve defined is triggered. Search for the “Email” service and select it. In my case I have used Soil moisture sensor to get the data. So I used three values to determine the Soil moisture. In the first value box will show the current state of soil moisture and another two box will show threshold value of soil moisture.

   
 
5. Press the “Finish” button to create your Applet.

 Before proceed with  another step, make sure to verify that your applet is working proper.
        
            1.  Search for Webhooks service or open this link: https://ifttt.com/maker_webhooks

            2.  Click the Documentation button of Webhooks service

            3. you can see a web page with the API key. keep that API key as secret. You will have that in the future steps.

            4. Fill the “To trigger an Event” section. Then, click the “Test it” button.

            5. The event, when it should be sucessfully triggered you will see a message with the caption of “Event has been triggered".

Click here to see the soil moisture using blynk
           
           6. Go to your Email account. You should have a new email in your inbox from the IFTTT service with the values you’ve defined in the previous step.




Download the code from bellow image

  Code Explanation
  
     After finish the above steps, Download the code from above image.Before upload the code You need to do some change in your code. Also you have to check that you already installed the ESP8266 board in your Arduino IDE.

Setting your network credentials

     Modifiy with your correct WIFI name and password

const char* ssid = "wifi name";
const char* password = "password";
                     

   

Setting your IFTTT.com API Key

   Insert your event name and API key in the following line of code. The API key where you copied from previous steps.

const char* serverName = "http://maker.ifttt.com/trigger/event_name/with/key/
Replace_api_key";

 Pin declaration

   Here I have defined the pin and output variable 
 int sensorpin=A0;
int sensorvalue=0;
int outputvalue=0;


HTTP POST Request

In the loop() is where you make the HTTP POST request every 10 seconds with sample data

  

      http.addHeader("Content-Type""application/x-www-form-urlencoded");
      // Data to send with HTTP POST
      String httpRequestData = "value1=" + String(outputvalue) + "&value1=" + 
String(74)  + "&value1=" + String(40);        //these last two values will
 indicate the dry and moisure threshe hold values   
      // Send HTTP POST request
      int httpResponseCode = http.POST(httpRequestData);
      



 if you want to check my previous tutorial with ESP8266Asynchronous webserver click here

Measure the soil moisture 
   
    following line of codes explain the sensor reading from soil.

sensorvalue=analogRead(sensorpin);
  outputvalue=map(sensorvalue,0,1023,0,100); //100,0 pottupaaru
  delay(1000);


The ESP8266 makes a new URL encoded request to publish value of Soil moisure. The first value box is representing the Current moisture level of Soil. and another two box are representing thresh hold value between dry and moisure.

String httpRequestData = "value1=" + String(outputvalue) + "&value1=" + String(74)  
"&value1=" + String(40);


Finally select the correct COM port and select your board type then click the upload  button. when upload procces finish open your Serial monitor, you will find message printing the HTTP response code 200 indicating that the request has succeeded.

Now you check your Email, you will have mail as bellow





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