Control ESP8266 From Google Home Using GBridge.io

There are different ways to control ESP8266 from Google Home, but most of the solutions you can find on Internet use IFTT, which is not really user-friendly to setup.
gBridge.io allows to make the process easier and act seamlessly.
In this how-to guide, Im gonna show you how I setup my ESP01 module to answer to commands such as Turn the lamp on and Is the lamp turned on?. The project only turn on and off the built-in LED, but it easy to go further after that.
Materials needed:
1 * ESP8266 module (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13678)
2 * push-buttons (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/97)
1 * 10k resistor
1 * FTDI cable 3.3V (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/14909)”

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