Arduino-compatible controller with wifi and analog in?

Hiho!

Is there or are there any alternatives to the ESP8266 with analog in or more than 2 GPIOs? I would like to have a standalone microcontroller without having to add a wifi module and boot the correct firmware to it... And not the Yun :)

The ESP8266 has more GPIO than that. The problem is that most breakout boards only expose 2-3 GPIO pins. You can choose a ESP8266 board that exposes all of its 9 GPIO pins.

Yeah, I doubt think there's any option that's got Arduino support (for using the wifi chip as your microcontroller) other than the esp 8266. There are a few that integrate a wifi chip onto the same board as a microcontroller, but I don't think that's what you're looking for?

Thank you Alx! This is a step in the right direction.

DrAzzy, I'm looking for a microcontroller that suports Arduino and already has a wifi chip on it! It would be wonderful to find a microcontroller that is small, has wifi on it and also has analog inputs..

http://www.ti.com/ww/en/launchpad/launchpads-connected-cc3200-launchxl.html

Perhaps. Supported by energia. Also http://redbearlab.com/cc3200

MetalJulien: Thank you Alx! This is a step in the right direction.

DrAzzy, I'm looking for a microcontroller that suports Arduino and already has a wifi chip on it! It would be wonderful to find a microcontroller that is small, has wifi on it and also has analog inputs..

A microcontroller is a single chip - there aren't many yet that have on-chip WiFi.

There are a number of microcontroller development boards that have a microcontroller plus an additional WiFi board on them - I'm pretty sure some of them are Arduino compatible.