Before you start

Make sure you have all the ingredients and that they are up to date
Blynk App

This is where you will build interface for your project. It's free to download.
Download for iOS
Download for Android
Blynk Library

It's firmware that will be running on your hardware. Make sure you always use the latest version.

Download here. 

Have questions? Check here
Internet Connection
Your hardware should be capable to connect to Internet. 

Blynk also works over Bluetooth and USB(experts only)

Choose the topic or scroll down to explore

Getting started with: 

→ Arduino
→ ESP8266 
→ Raspberry Pi 
→ Particle 
→ SparkFun Blynk Board
→ All other hardware 
Blynk Basics:

→ Blynk app 
→ Sketch structure
→ Virtual Pins 
→ Display sensor data in the app
→ Processing commands from the app

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Smooth experience guaranteed

Blynk is really easy to use and you can start tinkering right away. Follow these rules to have the smoothest experience: 
1. Start simple 

Check that basic Blynk code works for your hardware. Blinking an LED would be enough.

Then move forward.
2. Learn and combine examples  

We've created a set of example sketches covering main Blynk features. 

Check examples.
3. Make stuff work without Blynk 

When connecting new sensors and other stuff, make sure it works without Blynk. 

Then mix with Blynk.
Have questions? Ask at our friendly community

To give you some overview of how blynk works, let's look at the sketch structure

Check out how to get started with various hardware models

Can't find yours? Check our community. Someone might already asked for it