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With an ESP8266 based board (at least), you can simply refer to pins by their 'D'-number, so you don't have to do things like in your code

 #define EN_PIN    5  //  D1 

just do it like this

 #define EN_PIN D1

Also, I can recommend to use platformio, it allows you to build and upload code directly from the command-line. You can specify the libraries and framework you need, so they will automatically be downloaded (and cached locally).

If you like to experiment with that, I can easily give you an example platformio.ini file that works with your ESP8266 board.

Bertrik Sikken (talk) 23:07, 18 February 2020 (CET)