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  • Arduino - Web Serial Monitor

    Arduino - Web Serial Monitor

    Web Serial Monitor is one of the built-in embedded web apps in PHPoC [WiFi] Shield.

    Web Serial Monitor is similar to Serial Monitor on Arduino IDE, except for the following points:
    • Web Serial Monitor is accessed on web browser through Internet (Serial Monitor is accessed on Arduino IDE through USB cable).
    • Web Serial Monitor can be accessed from any OS (Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux...) without any installation. Therefore, you can monitor Arduino from mobile devices.

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  • Arduino - Email Client

    Arduino - Email Client

    This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to send an email.

    Hardware Required


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    • Stack PHPoC Shield or PHPoC WiFi Shield on Arduino Uno or Mega

    Note that: Arduino communicates with PHPoC [WiFi] Shield via pins 10, 11, 12 and 13 on the Uno, and pins 10, 50, 51 and 52 on the Mega. Therefore,...
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  • Arduino - SSL Server

    Arduino - SSL Server

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  • Arduino - SSH Server

    Arduino - SSH Server

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  • Arduino - Web Server - Remote Push

    Arduino - Web Server - Remote Push

    Web Remote Push is one of the built-in embedded web apps in PHPoC [WiFi] Shield.

    When an user presses/releases a button on this web apps, the web app sends an uppercase/lowercase characters corresponding with the name of button to Arduino via WebSocket.

    This tutorial shows how to use Web Remote Push to control Arduino.



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  • Arduino - Web Server - Remote Slide

    Arduino - Web Server - Remote Slide

    Web Remote Slide is one of the built-in embedded web apps in PHPoC [WiFi] Shield.

    When an user moves a slider on this web app, the web app sends the slider name and slider value to Arduino via WebSocket.

    This tutorial shows how to use Web Remote Slide to control Arduino.



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    • Stack PHPoC Shield or PHPoC WiFi Shield on Arduino
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  • Arduino - Web Server - Remote Pad

    Arduino - Web Server - Remote Pad

    Web Remote Pad is one of the built-in embedded web apps in PHPoC [WiFi] Shield.

    When an user clicks or touches on touchable area of this web app, the web app sends x, y coordinates and touch's state to Arduino via WebSocket.

    This tutorial shows how to use Web Remote Pad to control Arduino.



    Hardware Required
    Note that: This web app is available on:
    • PHPoC [WiFi]
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  • Arduino - Web Serial Plotter

    Arduino - Web Serial Plotter

    Web Serial Plotter is one of the built-in embedded web apps in PHPoC [WiFi] Shield.

    Web Serial Plotter is similar to Serial Plotter on Arduino IDE, except for the following points:
    • Web Serial Plotter is accessed on web browser through Internet (Serial Plotter is accessed on Arduino IDE through USB cable).
    • Web Serial Plotter can be accessed from any OS (Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux...) without any installation.
    • Web Serial Plotter is easily customizable via a setting pag
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  • Arduino - SSL IPv6 Web Client

    Arduino - SSL IPv6 Web Client

    This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to make an HTTPS request to a IPv6 web server and get web content in response.
    Web content is a HTML file and printed to serial monitor.


    Hardware Required


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    • Stack PHPoC Shield or PHPoC WiFi Shield on Arduino Uno or Mega

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  • Arduino - SSL Web Client

    Arduino - SSL Web Client

    This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to make an HTTPS request to a web server and get web content in response.
    Web content is a HTML file and printed to serial monitor.


    Hardware Required

    Note that: This example only works with:
    • PHPoC [WiFi] Shield R2
    • PHPoC [WiFi] Shield R1 with upgrade firmware to v1.5.0 (or higher)



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  • Arduino - IPv6 Web Client

    Arduino - IPv6 Web Client

    This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to make an HTTP request to a IPv6 web server and get web content in response.
    Web content is a HTML file and printed to serial monitor.


    Hardware Required


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    • Stack PHPoC Shield or PHPoC WiFi Shield on Arduino Uno or Mega

    Note that: Arduino...
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  • Arduino - Web Client

    Arduino - Web Client

    This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to make an HTTP request to a web server and get web content in response.
    Web content is a HTML file and printed to serial monitor.


    Hardware Required


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    • Stack PHPoC Shield or PHPoC WiFi Shield on Arduino Uno or Mega

    Note that: Arduino...
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  • Arduino - Gmail Client

    Arduino - Gmail Client

    This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to send an email via Gmail Relay Server.

    Hardware Required


    Circuit
    • Stack PHPoC Shield or PHPoC WiFi Shield on Arduino Uno or Mega

    Note that: Arduino communicates with PHPoC [WiFi] Shield via pins 10, 11, 12 and 13 on the Uno, and pins 10, 50, 51 and 52...
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  • Arduino - Telnet Server

    Arduino - Telnet Server

    This tutorial show how to use Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to create a Telnet server that can connect up to 4 Telnet clients simultaneously.
    It distributes any incoming messages to all connected clients.
    The incoming messages are also printed to the serial monitor.


    Hardware Required


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    • Stack PHPoC Shield or PHPoC WiFi Shield on Arduino Uno or Mega
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  • Arduino - TCP IPv6 Chat Server

    Arduino - TCP IPv6 Chat Server

    This is an example of using Arduino Uno/Mega and PHPoC [WiFi] Shield to make an HTTPS request to a IPv6 web server and get web content in response.
    Web content is a HTML file and printed to serial monitor.


    Hardware Required
    Note that: This example only works with:
    • PHPoC [WiFi] Shield R2
    • PHPoC [WiFi] Shield R1 with upgrade firmware to v1.5.0 (or higher)



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