I would be surprised if this question was not already answered somewhere, but perhaps the possible search terms are just too general to drill down to an appropriate response.
I do hope to incorporate WiFi in my project, in the future, so I would like to use the WiFi Uno board. But, I am not that familiar with Arduinos, so want to make sure I am not making life too difficult for me, as I ramp up my skills with Arduino.
Does the Uno WiFi ( https://store.arduino.cc/usa/arduino-uno-wifi ) behave EXACTLY like the plain Uno? In other words, if I ignore the WiFi aspect of that board, can I expect all example programs written for the Vanilla Uno to work?
I know that I will eventually be using one or two of the available interrupts, so I don't want to unnecessarily tie them up. I am also starting to see that I don't have a surplus of in/outputs. Are some tied up with the Uno WiFi version.