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Snippet - Generic ESP8266 and network support libraries

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Posted 3yr ago
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
Posted 3yr ago
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
I just posted Generic ESP8266 and network support libraries on Codeshare. Feel free to discuss and make suggestions here.
Reply #1 — Posted 3yr ago
by Innovactive | Senior | 3,210 exp
Reply #1 — Posted 3yr ago
by Innovactive | Senior | 3,210 exp
Hi.

I just posted an issue (actually a suggestion Wink ) on github.

Great work!
Reply #2 — Posted 3yr ago
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
Reply #2 — Posted 3yr ago
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
Both issues posted are great points and I will follow up on each. Thanks much!
Reply #3 — Posted 3yr ago
by mflume | Senior | 2,357 exp
Reply #3 — Posted 3yr ago
by mflume | Senior | 2,357 exp
Hm,
I tried to run your example and was not able to make it run.
I downloaded the solution from github and got a lot of errors as I tried to compile the solution.
Installing the Molecule example with Nuget did not lead further.
I succeded in eliminating most errors but still the error "HttpClient.CreateRequest() does not exist" occurs.
Is it possible to get a complete working solution or a valid instruction to make it run?
Thanks in advance

M. Flume
Reply #4 — Posted 3yr ago
by .Peter. | King | 27,509 exp
Reply #4 — Posted 3yr ago
by .Peter. | King | 27,509 exp
@mflume - Are you using PervasiveDigital.Net and further references ? On what hardware are you trying to run ?
Reply #5 — Posted 3yr ago
by .Peter. | King | 27,509 exp
Reply #5 — Posted 3yr ago
by .Peter. | King | 27,509 exp
That's strange - now I get a fail as well but the sntp time get from internet works ....

DNS lookup failed for the web site Huh See picture for details ...
Reply #6 — Posted 3yr ago
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
Reply #6 — Posted 3yr ago
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
I am traveling now, but i will look into this tomorrow.
Reply #7 — Posted 3yr ago
by .Peter. | King | 27,509 exp
Reply #7 — Posted 3yr ago
by .Peter. | King | 27,509 exp
@mcalsyn - Thanks for the fast response, whilst at it, can you have a look why the IP address is returning zeros all the time maybe this is correlated.

Do you want me to raise my findings (discussions, bugs, proposals, etc) as issues on https://github.com/MoleculeDotNet ?
Reply #8 — Posted 3yr ago
by mflume | Senior | 2,357 exp
Reply #8 — Posted 3yr ago
by mflume | Senior | 2,357 exp
I just followed the Nuget - instructions on

https://github.com/MoleculeDotNet/Molecules

then I copied the example code from

https://www.ghielectronics.com/community/codeshare/entry/1023

into the program.cs file and tried to compile this.

I had to add some references and change the usings from IngenuityMicro to PervasiveDigital. After that all errors were gone besides the missing definition of:
var request = httpClient.CreateRequest();

This was my first try. I did not connect the hardware or tried to dig deeper as I hope there is someone who can help me.
Best for a beginner in this ESP8266 - stuff would be a complete visual studio package with all files and references needed.
Reply #9 — Posted 3yr ago
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
Reply #9 — Posted 3yr ago
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
@PiWi - Yes please. I used to rely on little yellow sticky notes using a filing system best described as 'sedimentary'. Now, I am almost completely driven by bugs and issues in Github and Visual Studio Online. The best way to get attention is to open an issue.

Sorry, but I completely forgot to look into this issue - I suspect it is a race condition of some sort or a failure to parse the response from your particular ESP8266 firmware - both of which I can fix. I may need to ask you to enable some debugging output and send me the results, but I will look into it myself first. But yes, please do open an issue. I tend to cycle through my projects and clean up issues batch-style and I forgot this one the last time around.

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