Tagged: REST API

Integrating LAN8720 with ESP32 for Ethernet Connectivity with plain (HTTP) and SSL (HTTPS) 0

Integrating LAN8720 with ESP32 for Ethernet Connectivity with plain (HTTP) and SSL (HTTPS)

This integration involves connecting the LAN8720 Ethernet module with the ESP32 microcontroller to enable wired network connectivity. The process includes configuring the ESP32 to recognize and communicate through the LAN8720 module, ensuring compatibility with both plain text (HTTP) and encrypted (HTTPS) SSL data transmissions.

ESP32 self OTA: update on HTTPS (SSL/TLS) with trusted self signed certificate 2

ESP32 self OTA update in HTTPS (SSL/TLS) with trusted self-signed certificate – 3

We are going to continue exploring OTA updates. In this article, we delve into secure self OTA updates for ESP32 devices using HTTPS (SSL/TLS) with trusted self-signed certificates. Learn how to generate certificates, set up the ESP32, and configure the update server for enhanced security and efficiency in your IoT projects.

ESP32 self OTA update: firmware from a server with version check 5

ESP32 self OTA update firmware from a server with version check – 2

In this article, we’ll explore an efficient method for implementing self Over-the-Air (OTA) firmware updates for the ESP32 microcontroller, complete with version checking. This approach enables IoT devices to automatically download and install the latest updates from a server, ensuring a resilient and adaptable IoT ecosystem without requiring manual intervention.

ESP32 self OTA: update firmware from server 4

ESP32 self OTA update firmware from server – 1

This article discusses how the ESP32 can perform self-OTA updates of its firmware from a server, allowing you to remotely update the firmware of an ESP32-based device without having to physically access the device. To do this, you need to set up a server that hosts the new firmware image and add OTA support to your ESP32 firmware. By implementing self-OTA updates, you can ensure your devices are running the latest firmware without having to physically access them.

esp8266 self OTA update firmware in HTTPS SSL TLS with trusted self signed certificate 0

esp8266 self OTA update in HTTPS (SSL/TLS) with trusted self signed certificate – 3

OTA (Over the Air) update is the process of uploading firmware to an ESP module using a Wi-Fi connection rather than a serial port.
In this article we are going to explain OTA update via HTTPS secure connection, and with a valid self signed certificate trusted from the client.

esp8266 self OTA update firmware from server with version check and HTTPS 2

esp8266 self OTA update firmware from server with version check – 2

OTA (Over the Air) update is the process of uploading firmware to an ESP module using a Wi-Fi connection rather than a serial port. Such functionality becomes extremely useful in case of limited or no physical access to the module.
In this article we will explain the OTA update with an automatic REST request that starts the download and flash if the firmware version is not updated.

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MKS WIFI for Makerbase Robin: firmware upgrade and new Web Socket features – 4

I want to modify the WiFi module firmware of my FlyingBear Ghost 5 to support the Web Socket protocol and I want to develop the web interface as well.
Now we are going to analyze the changes I made to the original MKS WiFi module, with the introduction of Web Socket and some little features to develop Web interface and debug.

Makerbase MKS wifi protocol communication and cura plugin 0

MKS WIFI for Makerbase Robin: communication protocol and Cura plugin – 3

I want to modify the WiFi module firmware of my FlyingBear Ghost 5 to support the Web Socket protocol and I want to develop the web interface as well.
In this article I explain how the Makerbase develop the communication protocol via TCP messages and a little introduction to MKS WiFi plugin for Cura.

Makerbase MKS wifi module upload flash compile pcb 6

MKS WIFI for Makerbase Robin: PCB and how to compile & upload firmware – 2

I want to modify the WiFi module firmware of my FlyingBear Ghost 5 to support the Web Socket protocol and I want to develop the web interface as well.
Here I’d like to explain what is the MKS WiFi module how to program and how to connect a device that can be used like WiFi module alternative.