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Panda + SD + Web


#1

Gus suggested that I post a new thread about my experiments with a web server for the Panda. I didn’t want to until there was something new to show.
So you can guess that since this is here I have reach a milestone in my project. I have complete enough of the work that someone could actually build a web page on an sd card and have their Panda, and I guess Domino display the web page in a browser.
I also posted a brief article on Fezzer with the source code.
No video cuz I am just not that creative.

Whoops I forgot to put a pointer in to my fezzer thingy: http://www.fezzer.com/project/165/panda-based-web-server/
I think I got the link right this time.


#2

sweet :clap:


#3

Wait, that’s a link to MY fezzer thingy :wink:

I think that URL shows projects for the logged on user. I don’t see a way to see a specific user’s contributioins

Very slick work, btw!


#4

sweet :clap:


#5

Nice and simple ;D


#6

Since I don’t have the schematic for the FEZ SD card adapter I was not able to figure out what MODE and PEN are used for. My guess is that PEN is power enable, but what is MODE for?


#7

MODE has nothing to do with SD. It is used to select USB vs serial debugging interface


#8

I just added a new class library for my webserve, mimeType. I had an if elseif else tree for determining the content-type of the http response, which was limited in my original post. When I look into it further, I found that this was going to be unwielding very quickly. So I created a new class which uses a private class derived from IDictionary, to facilitate a quicker way to locate extention names and the associated content-type.
I posted the new class to Fezzer. Let me know what you think.