Tagged: Web Server

ESP32 OTA update with Web Browser: custom web interface 0

ESP32 OTA update with Web Browser: custom web interface – 3

This tutorial explores how to implement OTA updates on an ESP32 using a web browser as a custom interface. We will create a custom web interface using HTML and JavaScript to upload firmware files to the ESP32, and then use the ESP32’s OTA update feature to install the new firmware. By the end of this tutorial, you should have a solid understanding of how to use OTA updates to keep your ESP32 devices up-to-date with the latest firmware.

ESP32 OTA update with Web Browser: HTTPS (SSL/TLS) and self signed certificate 0

ESP32 OTA update with Web Browser: upload in HTTPS (SSL/TLS) with self-signed certificate – 2

In this article, we will explore how to perform OTA updates on the ESP32 using a web browser and HTTPS protocol with a self-signed certificate. HTTPS provides a secure way to transfer data over the internet and is essential for any OTA update process that involves sensitive information. A self-signed certificate can be used to provide encryption and authentication without the need for a third-party certificate authority, making it a cost-effective solution for small-scale projects. By the end of this article, you will have a working OTA update process for your ESP32 project that uses HTTPS protocol and a self-signed certificate.

ESP32 OTA update with Web Browser: firmware, filesystem, and authentication 6

ESP32 OTA update with Web Browser: firmware, filesystem and authentication – 1

In this article series, we will explore how to perform an OTA update on the ESP32 microcontroller using a web browser with and without basic authentication. We will cover firmware update, filesystem update, and authentication, providing practical examples and code snippets along the way.

esp8266 self OTA update firmware from server 0

esp8266 self OTA update firmware from server – 1

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 how to do an automatic update from an HTTP server.

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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.

Makerbase MKS Robin Nano wifi module wiring 2

MKS WIFI for Makerbase Robin: boards and how to wiring esp12 & NodeMCU – 1

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 would like to say a few things about the Makerbase Robin Nano board hardware and interfacing with the WiFi module.