Web browser Arduino interface tutorial

Posted on Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 in Arduino, how-to by DP

Luca wrote another tutorial on interfacing the Arduino with a ENC28J60 Ethernet controller. This tutorial covers how to control an Arduino through a web browser. This is his 7th tutorial in the ENC28J60 series, if you are interested in Arduino web interfaces check out the earlier tutorials as well.

When I published my first example about using Arduino as a webserver, many of you wrote me asking how to control Arduino using a web browser: in this blog post I’m going to show you how to control a LED from a web page.

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