I work the device with ESP8266 using RIOT OS. Since ESP8266 Nodemcu V1.0 has built-in IEEE 802.11, i plan to control gpio using POST requiest to http server runs in ESP8266. Usage should be like [ip address of esp8266]/turnOn/gpio1 etc. I successfully flash and run gnrc_networking in ESP8266 and connected to my home network. Controlling gpio is not a problem, however where and which example should i look to implement http server? I looked nanocoap but it is not http.
If I success this work, it is going to be included in my master thesis and in academic paper. (Of course referring RIOT.)
ahh, sorry. You already looked into COAP. If you really want to use HTTP, you have to write your own lib or find another lib. CoAP has a lot of different implementation. e.g. Java & C. Even for iOS & Android. So, it shouldn’t be a big issue to use it Maybe the mapper is a good approach for your project.
Really, you found a CoAP plugin for a current Firefox that does CoAP?
I thought that security changes to Firefox (since version 52 or so) made Copper no longer work.
Is there now a way to do CoAP:// from Firefox?