goyoregalado wrote:The post with the fix is there: http://roostertricopter.blogspot.com/2011/12/sparkfun-wifly-library-alpha-2-fixed.html
Well i modified your server sketch to light up an LED over wifly, but the problem is due to the space restrictions on arduino, i can only place an 'on' and 'off' post button using html to display on the computer browser to operate the LED.
What i really want to do is have a proper website on the computer with the relevant buttons to operate something on the arduino using wifly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
misfit8d6 wrote:goyoregalado wrote:The post with the fix is there: http://roostertricopter.blogspot.com/2011/12/sparkfun-wifly-library-alpha-2-fixed.html
Has anyone tested this to confirm and will this be rolled into the official package? Also, looking at the changes above, it doesn't look like the Client/Server have been updated for 1.0 compatibility. Thanks! I'd take a stab at updating everything myself but I don't have a WiFly shield, sorry!
SpiUartTerminal.pde:-1: error: 'class SpiUartDevice' has no member named 'print'
SpiUartTerminal.pde:-1: error: 'BYTE' was not declared in this scope
glibdud wrote:Are there any functions available that you can use to test that the WiFly is still associated with the WLAN? I poked through the source a bit, but didn't see anything obvious. I have it periodically checking a web page, and I'm guessing best practice is to check for association each time I go to hit it so that I can reconnect if necessary. Or does it just auto-reconnect if the connection drops? If so, can I trust that?
Thanks to the author for this library!
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