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  • There's a branch of the code where I'm working towards basic ESP8266 support... It's on GitHub here

    I haven't tested it yet, but it should be enough to send 'AT+RST' and wait for a response. Once that's going, actually implementing the socket send/receive part shouldn't be too hard.


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