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Is there any way to have the development/download/test process done via WiFi?  smiley-cool

Is there any module I can use to connect to the Uno R3 (or possibly, OSEPP™ Pro Mini)  USB or FTDI interface on my Arduino project (which is in some box in my garage or attic) so I can download and execute a new program?


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Sure - look at the Fio board as a starting point.
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