as for the buttons, i used an iframe within the webpage which i directed all links to. That way, new tabs arent opened every time a button is pressed.
Quoteas for the buttons, i used an iframe within the webpage which i directed all links to. That way, new tabs arent opened every time a button is pressed.Many thanks for posting the info. I have tried the appGeyser which is great.Any chance of you posting the html code which shows how the iframe and ip addresses are coded?Austin
hi, thanks for posting such a useful information. actually, i am making same project. since now, i am able to access my ethernet shield from web browser of same network but i am still a newbie in field of networking and i dont know how to route the traffic to arduino through a router. i m using a router after a modem which further signals my arduino and laptop. so, can u tell in steps, what is procedure to operate ethernet shield from different network. i am using dynamic dns service. i m waiting eagerly for your response. this is veryyyyyy important for me. plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz help me. :~
This is exactly what my boyfriend wants to get into! His birthday is coming up, can someone tell me / direct me to what I need to buy to get home started? Please:)
hi, I was just introduced to the Arduino systems this past November. My first project consist of an UNO board, paired with an ethernet shield along with a 4 channel relay board. Additionally, i made a simple Android app to accommodate my setup. As a newcomer, I would gladly help any other newcomer who are trying to build a home automation system. Here are some pics of my setup. What do you guys think?