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Build a WIFI Connected Clock Using Meadow

Build this nifty clock with Meadow getting the date and time from a public web API via WIFI and room temperature with an LM35 Analog sensor.

In this Meadow project we’ll learn how to build a clock that shows you the time and date on a LED Matrix using a public web service API, and room temperature with an LM35 analog temperature sensor. We will see how easy is to connect your Meadow board to your home wireless network with its onboard WIFI capabilities, and we’ll use Meadow.Foundation to drive the peripherals and MicroGraphics to draw text and lines on the display.

Meadow.Foundationa platform for quickly and easily building connected things using.NET on Meadow. Created by Wilderness Labs, it’s completely open source and maintained by the Wilderness Labs community.

If you’re new working with Meadow, I suggest you go to the Getting Started w/ Meadow by Controlling the Onboard RGB LEDproject to properly set up your development environment.”

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