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ESP32 Relay Web Server
The tutorial does not just show you how to piece the hardware and software together, it explains how each individual component works. For example, the latest installment focuses on HTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Javacript (JS), and the Bootstrap toolkit. Within the tutorial are explanations of how these markup and programming languages interact to make a website and what Bootstrap provides as a toolkit.
Additionally, with regards to the ESP32, it also explains which pre-built Bootstrap CSS and JS files represent the smallest memory impact option. There is only 16MB of Flash Memory (eye roll) to store all the necessary files for an entire web server on an ESP32 after all!