Arduino+ESP8266 and sending data w remote host

Hi
I have arduino UNO and Wifi ESP8266 module conected to is (pins 10,11). Esp is flashed with new firmware to accept At commands.
Now Im trying to send data to remote host form temp sensor (connected to arduino).
How can I do that?
I dont want to use clean esp8266, I need to use Arduino with esp8266 connected to it.

I will be greatfull for any tips and working excamples
Best regards

you could use the HTTP POST protocol
if you do a web search for arduino get and post and you get plenty of links

I understand what I have to do, but I cant figure it out how.
There are so much libs for esp8266, but some only for internal esp8266 code, but I dont need that.
I need to use Arduino with ESP8266 connnected to it by wires.
Many of the excamples are targeted for internal esp8266 code.
Can You point me for correct one?
Im searching for it for couple hours now.

can you tell us the details of the ESP8266 PCB, e.g. is it an ESP-01 ?

use WiFiEsp library

im using this module (chip form China)

looks like an ESP-01 - be careful it is a 3.3volt device and the UNO is 5volts
I connected mine to Mega using a level shifter so
GND and +5volts
ESP_01 Tx to TX1 pin 19
ESP_01 Rx to RX1 pin 18

if you do a web search for arduino esp-01 you will find plenty of links

avatarusss:
Hi
I have arduino UNO and Wifi ESP8266 module conected to is (pins 10,11). Esp is flashed with new firmware to accept At commands.
Now Im trying to send data to remote host form temp sensor (connected to arduino).
How can I do that?
I dont want to use clean esp8266, I need to use Arduino with esp8266 connected to it.

I will be greatfull for any tips and working excamples
Best regards

I am surprised that you need to Flash new firmware to the ESP-01 module.
It by default comes with firmware that responds to AT commands.

If you want to communicate with ESP-01 with AT commands, take a look at Arduino to ESP8266 By Serial Communication | Martyn Currey

The Wifiesp library mentioned by juraj will let you keep the firmware that uses the AT commands.

but a better option to use serial esp8266 module as network adapter is WiFi Link library and firmware

Juraj:
but a better option to use serial esp8266 module as network adapter is WiFi Link library and firmware

The OP seems to indicate he wants to stick with AT commands.
Maybe I am wrong.

ieee488:
The OP seems to indicate he wants to stick with AT commands.
Maybe I am wrong.

I recommend WiFi Link to everyone who has serial esp8266 module for use with arduino board as 'network adapter' and is able to install the esp8266 arduino core and upload a sketch to esp8266, but doesn't want to write a sketch for esp8266 and handle the serial data exchange. Or has an arduino sketch written for Ethernet or WiFi Shield and wants to port it for esp8266 as 'network adapter'.

even better option for esp8266 as 'network adapter' for arduino is SPI connected esp8266 with WiFiSpiESP firmware