Author Topic: standalone IoT over the wifi  (Read 2139 times)

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standalone IoT over the wifi
« on: June 03, 2014, 08:36:02 am »
Hi, first post.
I have just started to test my digiX, the thing I was wondering about is the new aWOT library https://github.com/lasselukkari/aWOT for arduino Due and mega for standalone internet of things (litterary, because no computer server backbone is neccesery for handling sockets and such) so any tablet, phone etc with a webbrowser can interact.
What I need is pointers for starting to test this thing and to know if it compiles with the wifi onboard, I see he has provided cc3000 library and ethernetshield examples.
My programming skillz are not more than a noob level, so if anyone can test this library for me and give me some starting pointers, I would be very happy  ;)

My goals are 1 controlling 433mhz lights for my house, some neopixels strip and 2 control of my greenhouse (watering, temp monitoring..)


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