[riot-users] Fwd: Is there a http server example ?
bburakkaraduman at gmail.com
Sun Mar 24 14:02:13 CET 2019
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Gönderen: Burak Karaduman <bburakkaraduman at gmail.com>
Date: 24 Mar 2019 Paz, 16:01
Subject: Re: [riot-users] Is there a http server example ?
To: Philipp Blum <philipp-blum at jakiku.de>
Thanks for your answer Philipp. I decided to use nanocoap_server example
and i installed a plugin to firefox to test it. Everything worked fine!.
Yet, I cannot use desktop and web browser to make get request etc to
esp8266 nanocoap server.
I need to create a client. I look into nanocoap_sock.h , however, i cannot
explaniation about creating a client. Do i miss someting?
Philipp Blum <philipp-blum at jakiku.de>, 23 Mar 2019 Cmt, 13:44 tarihinde
> ahh, sorry. You already looked into COAP. If you really want to use HTTP,
> you have to write your own lib or find another lib. CoAP has a lot of
> different implementation <http://coap.technology/impls.html>. e.g. Java &
> C. Even for iOS & Android. So, it shouldn't be a big issue to use it :)
> Maybe the mapper is a good approach for your project. :)
> Am 2019-03-23 11:38, schrieb Philipp Blum:
> You should consider using COAP instead. :)
> You can find an example for nanocoap here:
> If you really want to use HTTP, you can use the COAP HTTP mapping in Squid
> <http://telecom.dei.unipd.it/pages/read/90/>. (Haven't tried it. Maybe
> somebody else can help there.
> best regards
> Am 2019-03-23 11:03, schrieb Burak Karaduman:
> Hi all,
> I work the device with ESP8266 using RIOT OS. Since ESP8266 Nodemcu V1.0
> has built-in IEEE 802.11, i plan to control gpio using POST requiest to
> http server runs in ESP8266. Usage should be like [ip address of
> esp8266]/turnOn/gpio1 etc. I successfully flash and run gnrc_networking in
> ESP8266 and connected to my home network. Controlling gpio is not a
> problem, however where and which example should i look to implement http
> server? I looked nanocoap but it is not http.
> If I success this work, it is going to be included in my master thesis and
> in academic paper. (Of course referring RIOT.)
> Thanks for your help.
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> users at riot-os.org
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