Posts Tagged ‘Ethernet shield’

ENC28J60 and Arduino

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Luca wrote a short tutorial on how to develop a small website that gets data from Arduino: In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to develop a small website that gets data from Arduino (using your ethernet shield), stores it and displays it on a chart.

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Using the Arduino Ethernet shield as a server

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Luca shows how to turn your Arduino with an Ethernet shield into a server. He goes over how to code your Arduino to handle HTML and HTTP protocols using strings. I’m going to show you a simple program that prints on serial connection browser‘s requests and answers with a simple...

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Lower Webduino server overhead with a favicon.ico

Monday, January 2nd, 2012

Martin Lormes recently acquired an Arduino and Ethernet shield. Once he got the setup running on the web using the Webduino Arduino web server library, he checked the traffic using Wireshark and noticed that if the embedded server didn't offer up a favicon.ico file when initially requested the browser would...

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Controlling your home over the internet

Monday, October 17th, 2011

[embed][/embed] Maurício developed a Arduino based project for controlling devices in your home over the web. The site is in Portuguese but the video has English captions. The project uses the ethernet shield to allow you to interface with the Arduino over the web, which in return controls relays. How...

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