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6 years, 8 months ago.
mbed bidirectional Interfacing - webserver - websocket ?? Help me I will pay you...
Looking for ways to interface both ways with my LPC 1768 mbed and cc3000 through a web browser
What happened to all the webserver examples to do with java locally?They are all very dated and broken.
Everything in the cookbook is all websockets but no examples are given for bi-directional communication. They say its possible but no mention of how to actually do so. I have successfully set up a one way communication with the mbed websocket server to post messages but how in the world do I setup bi-direction and customize the webpage for a custom interface?
I see something called xively but there development site is on a waiting list?
on here... http://developer.mbed.org/cookbook/cc3000 They list HTTP clients but no HTTP servers what gives? What am I missing I know I am not the only one that wants to control his mbed from his mobile and web browser.
on here... http://developer.mbed.org/cookbook/HTTP-Server it says the server is depreciated. So I guess this is no longer supported?
If someone knows how to do this and wants to make a quick buck I will actually pay you to get this running on my mbed. Very serious. Just make a java page that has a button that turns on an led, can display a value of a stored variable, and an edit box and button that can change the value of a different variable.
This is all I need to get my project going but I really don't want to spend the time sifting through all this mess. Again if you want the money let me know and we can use an online escrow or I can pay half now half on delivery via paypal or whatever payment processor of your choosing.
6 years, 8 months ago.
Not certain if xively webservices are still functional, but there are other similar services available. I'll try to send some pointers, might help you.
In the components side, you can find some services for IoT, check them out: https://developer.mbed.org/components/cat/internet-of-things/
What about IBM IoT? https://developer.mbed.org/teams/IBM_IoT/code/IBMIoTClientEthernetExample/