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Here is a simple enclosure for the Arduino.  It is for the x10 webserver project.









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A very nice mini tutorial on controlling arduino via the web, including your smartphone.  Useful for lots of applications!
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A very nice mini tutorial on controlling arduino via the web, including your smartphone.  Useful for lots of applications!

yes, this is just an example, but using the x10 became a simple solution.  What is nice is that you don't need any app. 

There are a couple of tricks in this, one being the button, the other is the F for forcing the storage in the flash.  I would have assumed that this would be a compiler optimization automatically, but  it does not do that, so by forcing the F in the client print, it will save a bunch of memory, and it eliminated a bunch of unreported SRAM overflow issues that resulted in some erratic operations with the debugger.

Glad you found it useful,

Walt, 
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