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user90306

Member since May 2018 • Last active Jan 2020
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  • in ESP32
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    I just installed the Micropython v1.11:
    esptool.py --chip esp32 --port COM3 --baud 460800 write_flash -z 0x1000 esp32-idf3-20191126-v1.11-603-gbc129f1b8­.bin

    and the Webrepl works smoothly.
    Since I am quite new micropython user on WiFi enabled board (I used wifi less boards in the past) th eidea of "client-less" terminal was nice to me.
    But agree that telnet/ftp approach is fine as long as it works on micropython;)

  • in ESP32
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    Anyway, it's really good question about the Webrepl advantage vs telnet (&ftp) capabilities.
    Frankly, you need to access webrepl client either through the remote web page or locally stored web client...

  • in ESP32
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    The Webrepl is client-less approach - no standalone app is required, you simply run it from the http browser. The extra feature is the file transfer capability.
    I believe that client-less telnet can be also ran as part of the web browser through chrome plugins so it is not huge advantage.

    I am very new user of the webrepl:
    https://github.com/micropython/webrepl

  • in ESP32
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    Thank you for help.

    I believe that Kikstarter-like campaign is a good idea.
    ESP32 gets a lot of attention now.

    Personally I am a STM32/nRF5x fan mostly because of the Cortex beauty in my eyes.:)

    But what made me inclined toward ESP32/ESP8266 is the wireless connectivity and abundance of cheap boards with integrated OLED/LED displays (see LilyGO/TTGO).
    Home Automation now is using Internet - I started with the STM32 & espruino (many many years ago) to send SMS with boiler temperature but now it's history. The internet is reliable & cheap now.

    So I think ESP32 is the way to go now (dual core to leverage, BLE, WiFi).
    I know it's difficult to compete with own boards here but what me and my friends are looking for is small board with OLED/LCD, nice case and battery/lipo compartment. Something which looks like a real product with tinkering capabilities.

    So again, maybe the Kickstarter campaign is good choice to collect some money for this adventure...

  • in ESP32
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    Hi,
    I use Webrepl with ESP32 and MicroPython. Is as flexible as the BLE/NUS connectivity known from nRF5x world.

    Just out of curiosity: is the Webrepl considered as a feature for WiFi based devices as ESP32/ESP8266.
    I see that the BLE is not supported now so NUS based connectivity to run REPL remotely is not possible now.

    Maybe the Webrepl needs less effort. Not to mention that the ESP32 BLE is memory consuming feature...

    Thanks,
    Bogdan

  • in Interfacing
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    Hi Gordon,

    Thanks for your comments. The size matters that's why I selected this particular keyboard model.

    Anyway, see some options to solve my problem. One of them includes the espruino genuine hardware.

    Have a nice day!

  • in Interfacing
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    The bluetooth & HID seem to be quite common today.

    Why I considered BT keyboard? I was looking for decent qwerty keyboard for my STM32-based project. And haven't found anything interesting without BT.

  • in Interfacing
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    I believe this could be ported from this project (not sure if the espruino support USB host functionality):
    https://blog.tkjelectronics.dk/2013/12/b­luetooth-hid-devices-now-supported-by-th­e-usb-host-library/

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