In this blogpost, I’m going to show how to implement a CoAP client and a CoAP server with Mongoose Embedded Web Server.
To start off, download the Mongoose source code from here.
We are delighted to release Mongoose Embedded Web Server 6.6 today!
You know, Mongoose is more than an embedded web server. It’s a multi-protocol networking library. And, in this spirit, we have expanded the functionality even further. Check out the below, download Mongoose and test for yourself!
Mongoose Embedded Web Server supports a lot of protocols. We think we’ve added the most popular ones like HTTP, WebSocket, MQTT and more. But, there are many protocols that aren’t supported. And there always will be.
All problems in computer science can be solved by another level of indirection, except of course for the problem of too many indirections.
A great quote and a good intro to this blog post! We want to give you an insight into the Internal Networking Interface (INI) of Mongoose Embedded Web Server.
Do you want to upload files of any size simply and joyously? You definitely need Mongoose.
Here’s how you do it, step by step:
Our commitment to you has always been continuous improvement of our software. We are kicking off 2016 with the release of Mongoose 6.2 Embedded Web Server. Here’s what’s new:
Based on them, we developed Mongoose IoT Platform.
But despite the fact, that both V7 and Mongoose Embedded Web Server Library were developed in POSIX OS (OS X and Linux), the first platform for Mongoose IoT Platform was ESP8266, followed by CC3200 as two of the most popular chips out there.