Building a Wi-Fi-connected RSS-Reader with an Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect, an LCD and a remote control

Arduino displaying an RSS feed navigatable with a remote control
Demonstration of the feed reader with the Tagesschau.de news feed

Advantage of the Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect

Wiring up the Arduino Nano and the breadboard

Configuring the chip and the environment

Installing the drivers on the MacBook M1 Pro

Setting up the SSL certificate for the Nina chip

Installing the ssl certificate on the Nina WL102 chip

Linking the required libraries in the Arduino IDE

  • WiFiNINA by Arduino
  • LiquidCrystal by Arduino
  • IRremote by Armin Joachimsmeyer
  • List by Niklas Kaaf

A look at the code of the feed reader

Conclusion of my Arduino Wi-fi feed reader project

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