Code and Compile Wiki

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What you will find here?

The intention of this wiki is to provide a one-stop platform to help you with your journey to Industrial Automation and IIoT. The internet is filled with information but sometimes it is challenging to find structured information. This wiki would be one of your best solutions.
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You will find the resource material related to the following topics:
PLC
Factory Automation
Node-RED
HMI
Robotics
OPC UA
AC Drives
IO-Link
Digital Twin
SCADA
MQTT
MySQL
The list is not limited and will be updated every week. Feel free to share your ideas 💻 💡

How to use this wiki?

Use this wiki as a reference for all the courses of Code and Compile​
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    This wiki is 100% free to use. 😍
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    On the left navigation you will find related topics. Just simpley click on the topic of your interest
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    If you like to contribute to this wiki, feel free to contact us at [email protected]

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