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  • ydoucare commented on eyd84's instructable How To Make A 3.5mm Audio Switch2 years ago
    How To Make A 3.5mm Audio Switch

    Made my own case for this on my 3D Printer. Also included a mic pass-thru for my headset.

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  • ydoucare commented on MegunoLink's instructable Arduino WiFi Garage Door Opener3 years ago
    Arduino WiFi Garage Door Opener

    ThothLoki, in my case, I just send GET requests using jquery/javascript in the browser to a PHP script sitting on the webserver which sends the actual GET requests locally over the LAN to the Arduino which returns back the data to the PHP script, which gets returned back to the javascript code. Then I just manipulate the DOM with jquery to update the client with the new data. Same thing goes with controlling the relay. I just send a GET request to the Arduino using a PHP script and instead of returning data, I just have the Arduino cycle the relay. I have no experience with the MKR1000, but the code on the Arduino side to respond to HTTP over the network is pretty small and simple. But again, i'm moving the whole solution to a Pi to consolidate it down into one device which will handle ...

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    ThothLoki, in my case, I just send GET requests using jquery/javascript in the browser to a PHP script sitting on the webserver which sends the actual GET requests locally over the LAN to the Arduino which returns back the data to the PHP script, which gets returned back to the javascript code. Then I just manipulate the DOM with jquery to update the client with the new data. Same thing goes with controlling the relay. I just send a GET request to the Arduino using a PHP script and instead of returning data, I just have the Arduino cycle the relay. I have no experience with the MKR1000, but the code on the Arduino side to respond to HTTP over the network is pretty small and simple. But again, i'm moving the whole solution to a Pi to consolidate it down into one device which will handle the relay control and sensor reading along with serving up the website and logging the data. It's probably 95% there already, I just need to do the swap and pull my DHT22 temp sensor from my Arduino and hook it up to the Pi and update my code from the DHT11 I currently am using. I've got a hacked together authentication system so some random person can't just take the url and play with my garage door, but i'm not confident enough in it at this point to post it.

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  • ydoucare commented on MegunoLink's instructable Arduino WiFi Garage Door Opener3 years ago
    Arduino WiFi Garage Door Opener

    I do not have an instructable currently, sorry. I'm currently in the process of re-building the entire setup using a Raspberry Pi, which will do everything (webserver, database, control the relays, etc), instead of having to run a separate webserver. I recently got a 3D printer and just finished designing and printing the final version of the case. I may consider doing an instructable in the future.

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