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SDWebServer – enc28J60 and Arduino

Posted on Thursday, November 6th, 2014 in Arduino, code, open source, PIC by the machinegeek

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Luca Dentella has informed us of his latest project using an ethernet shield based on the ENC28j60 driver from Microchip.

SDWebServer is a complete webserver that can retrieve static elements from an SD card (including a user-defined default webpage) and can also create dynamic pages. This is the latest post in my tutorial about using ENC28j60-based shields with Arduino.

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