Have you wanted to hook your Arduino-powered creations up to the
Internet? Want to read your sensors remotely or control servos while
you're on the go? This class will explore how you can run a micro web
server on your Arduino board. We'll be working with the standard
Arduino Ethernet libraries; to interface with an adafruit industries
Ethernet Shield with a Wizport module or the official Arduino Ethernet
The class will also go over the basics of Ethernet networks, TCP/IP,
and web servers, and it will cover how to automate web access to the
Arduino so it can be controlled by programs running on remote
computers. We'll also cover the needed security measures to prevent
unauthorized access to your Arduino board, and we'll look at what you
need to do differently to use other Ethernet hardware.
2 hours, taught by Ben Combee. Students will be expected to
bring their own Arduino and laptop. Some Ethernet shields will be
available for use at the class, but students can bring their own.
Have questions about Arduino Web Server? Contact NYC Resistor