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Posted: 14 July 2018 at 9:36am | IP Logged
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I just ported a picaxe web server to the ESP32 (in C, which I once programmed a lot in, but not in 30 years). Got the module on Tuesday, and got this far today (Friday). I subscribed to Rui Santos' ESP32 tutorial, and it got me to where I needed to be. The html template code is stored in a 24LC64 eeprom, with tokens (~##, e.g., ~01, ~20) where variable values are to be placed. This isn't yet connected to any sensors.
The project was for controlling a water delivery system with 2 saline wells, a saline holding tank, a reverse osmosis filter, a drinkable holding tank, and various sensors and pumps.
The time is retrieved using sntp whenever a connection is made to the (internet-connected) router.
The ESP32 seems to me a quite capable chip. Whether it has the capacity to have MMBasic installed, I don't know. Having wifi and bluetooth is a plus.
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