For all the IoT makers and newbies, we very well know and understand the Blynk IoT Platform and how to use the Blynk 1.0 (Legacy version). But as Blynk has upgraded to Blynk 2.0 there were many changes made in the new documentation which are not yet noted or maybe missed out.
This article points to understanding and implementing not only the Dashboard usage of both Blynk 1.0 and 2.0 but also all the API endpoints that make its usage of it functional.
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Before getting started, let us understand what is Blynk (For beginners)
Blynk is a full suite of software required to prototype, deploy, and remotely manage connected electronic devices at any scale: from personal IoT projects to millions of commercial connected products.
The above text is an official statement/description of what Blynk really is, and what it serves as a solution for the General Public as a tool.
Think about a Plug-and-Play IoT Platform for the IoT Developers, to build and develop IoT applications on-the-go. Blynk is exactly the same, with easy-to-make buttons, visualization charts, and many more from it.
The ability to use drag-and-drop widgets has made the IoT Platform grow even more. In only a matter of seconds, we can control our Wireless Board from the Web Dashboard, as well as Mobile App.