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ESPAsync_WiFiManager_Lite

How To Install Using Arduino Library Manager

If you have used one of the full-fledge Async WiFiManagers such as :

1. Alan Steremberg's ESPAsyncWiFiManager
2. Khoi Hoang ESPAsync_WiFiManager

and have to write complicated callback functions to save custom parameters in SPIFFS/LittleFS/EEPROM, you'd appreciate the simplicity of this Light-Weight Credentials / Async WiFiManager.

This is a Light-Weight Credentials / WiFi Connection Manager for ESP32 and ESP8266 boards, designed to use the better and faster Asynchronous ESPAsyncWebServer instead of Synchronous (ESP8266)WebServer.

This ESPAsync_WiFiManager_Lite permits the easy addition of custom parameters to be configured in Config Portal. The parameters then will be saved automatically, without the complicated callback functions to handle data saving / retrieving.

You can also specify DHCP HostName, static AP and STA IP. Use much less memory compared to full-fledge WiFiManager. Config Portal will be auto-adjusted to match the number of dynamic custom parameters. Credentials are saved in LittleFS, SPIFFS or EEPROM.

The web configuration portal, served from the ESP32/ESP8266 WiFi is operating as an access point (AP) with configurable static IP address or use default IP Address of 192.168.4.1

New features:

- MultiWiFi feature for configuring/auto(re)connecting ESP32/ESP8266 WiFi to the available MultiWiFi APs at runtime.
- Multi/DoubleDetectDetector feature to force Config Portal when multi/double reset is detected within predetermined time, default 10s.
- Powerful-yet-simple-to-use feature to enable adding dynamic custom parameters from sketch and input using the same Config Portal. Config Portal will be auto-adjusted to match the number of dynamic parameters.
- Optional default Credentials as well as Dynamic parameters to be optionally autoloaded into Config Portal to use or change instead of manually input.
- Dynamic custom parameters to be saved automatically in non-volatile memory, such as LittleFS, SPIFFS or EEPROM. .
- Configurable Config Portal Title to be either BoardName or default undistinguishable names.
- Examples are designed to separate Credentials / Defines / Dynamic Params / Code so that you can change Credentials / Dynamic Params quickly for each device.
- Control Config Portal from software or Virtual Switches
- To permit autoreset after configurable timeout if DRD/MRD or non-persistent forced-CP
- Use new ESP32 LittleFS features

Why Async is better

- Using asynchronous network means that you can handle more than one connection at the same time
- You are called once the request is ready and parsed
- When you send the response, you are immediately ready to handle other connections while the server is taking care of sending the response in the background
- Speed is OMG
- Easy to use API, HTTP Basic and Digest MD5 Authentication (default), ChunkedResponse
- Easily extensible to handle any type of content
- Supports Continue 100
- Async WebSocket plugin offering different locations without extra servers or ports
- Async EventSource (Server-Sent Events) plugin to send events to the browser
- URL Rewrite plugin for conditional and permanent url rewrites
- ServeStatic plugin that supports cache, Last-Modified, default index and more
- Simple template processing engine to handle templates

Currently supported Boards

This ESPAsync_WiFiManager_Lite library currently supports these following boards:

 1. ESP32-based boards
 
 2. ESP8266-based boards


Changelog

Release v1.0.0

1. Initial release to support ESP32 and ESP8266 to use the better Asynchronous ESPAsyncWebServer.


khoih-prog

This is the terminal output when running  ESPAsync_WiFi_MQTT example on example on ESP32_DEV:

1. No Config Data => Open Config Portal

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Starting ESPAsync_WiFi_MQTT using LittleFS on ESP32_DEV
ESPAsync_WiFiManager_Lite v1.0.0
ESP_MultiResetDetector v1.1.1
LittleFS Flag read = 0xFFFE0001
multiResetDetectorFlag = 0xFFFE0001
lowerBytes = 0x0001, upperBytes = 0x0001
No multiResetDetected, number of times = 1
LittleFS Flag read = 0xFFFE0001
Saving config file...
Saving config file OK
[WML] Hostname=ESP32Async-Control
[WML] LoadCfgFile
[WML] OK
[WML] ======= Start Stored Config Data =======
[WML] Hdr=ESP_WM_LITE,SSID=HueNet1,PW=12345678
[WML] SSID1=HueNet2,PW1=12345678
[WML] BName=ESP32_WMLite_MQTT
[WML] i=0,id=svr,data=io.adafruit.com
[WML] i=1,id=prt,data=1883
[WML] i=2,id=usr,data=private
[WML] i=3,id=key,data=private
[WML] i=4,id=pub,data=/feeds/Temperature
[WML] i=5,id=sub,data=/feeds/LED_Control
[WML] LoadCredFile
[WML] OK
[WML] Invalid Stored Dynamic Data. Ignored
[WML] InitCfgFile,sz=236
[WML] SaveCfgFile
[WML] WCSum=0xda0
[WML] OK
[WML] SaveBkUpCfgFile
[WML] OK
[WML] SaveCredFile
[WML] OK
[WML] CrWCSum=0xc30
[WML] SaveBkUpCredFile
[WML] OK
[WML] LoadCPFile
[WML] OK
[WML] bg:Stay forever in CP:No ConfigDat
[WML] SaveCPFile
[WML] OK
[WML] SaveBkUpCPFile
[WML] OK
N
Your stored Credentials :
AIO_SERVER = blank
AIO_SERVERPORT = blank
AIO_USERNAME = blank
AIO_KEY = blank
AIO_PUB_TOPIC = blank
AIO_SUB_TOPIC = blank
NStop multiResetDetecting
Saving config file...
Saving config file OK
NNN


2. Got valid Credentials from Config Portal then connected to WiFi

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[WML] h:UpdLittleFS
[WML] SaveCfgFile
[WML] WCSum=0xda0
[WML] OK
[WML] SaveBkUpCfgFile
[WML] OK
[WML] SaveCredFile
[WML] OK
[WML] CrWCSum=0xc30
[WML] SaveBkUpCredFile
[WML] OK
[WML] h:Rst


Starting ESPAsync_WiFi_MQTT using LittleFS on ESP32_DEV
ESPAsync_WiFiManager_Lite v1.0.0
ESP_MultiResetDetector v1.1.1
LittleFS Flag read = 0xFFFE0001
multiResetDetectorFlag = 0xFFFE0001
lowerBytes = 0x0001, upperBytes = 0x0001
No multiResetDetected, number of times = 1
LittleFS Flag read = 0xFFFE0001
Saving config file...
Saving config file OK
[WML] Hostname=ESP32Async-Control
[WML] LoadCfgFile
[WML] OK
[WML] ======= Start Stored Config Data =======
[WML] Hdr=ESP_WM_LITE,SSID=HueNet1,PW=12345678
[WML] SSID1=HueNet2,PW1=12345678
[WML] BName=ESP32_WMLite_MQTT
[WML] i=0,id=svr,data=io.adafruit.com
[WML] i=1,id=prt,data=1883
[WML] i=2,id=usr,data=private
[WML] i=3,id=key,data=private
[WML] i=4,id=pub,data=/feeds/Temperature
[WML] i=5,id=sub,data=/feeds/LED_Control
[WML] LoadCredFile
[WML] OK
[WML] Valid Stored Dynamic Data
[WML] Hdr=ESP_WM_LITE,SSID=HueNet1,PW=12345678
[WML] SSID1=HueNet2,PW1=12345678
[WML] BName=ESP32_WMLite_MQTT
[WML] i=0,id=svr,data=io.adafruit.com
[WML] i=1,id=prt,data=1883
[WML] i=2,id=usr,data=user_name
[WML] i=3,id=key,data=aio_key
[WML] i=4,id=pub,data=/feeds/Temperature
[WML] i=5,id=sub,data=/feeds/LED_Control
[WML] LoadCPFile
[WML] OK
[WML] Connecting MultiWifi...
[WML] WiFi connected after time: 1
[WML] SSID=HueNet1,RSSI=-25
[WML] Channel=2,IP=192.168.2.82
[WML] bg: WiFi OK.

Creating new WiFi client object OK
Creating new MQTT object OK
AIO_SERVER = io.adafruit.com, AIO_SERVERPORT = 1883
AIO_USERNAME = user_name, AIO_KEY = aio_key
Creating new MQTT_Pub_Topic, Temperature = user_name/feeds/Temperature
Creating new Temperature object OK
Temperature MQTT_Pub_Topic = user_name/feeds/Temperature
Creating new AIO_SUB_TOPIC, LED_Control = user_name/feeds/LED_Control
Creating new LED_Control object OK
LED_Control AIO_SUB_TOPIC = user_name/feeds/LED_Control

Connecting to WiFi MQTT (3 attempts)...
WiFi MQTT connection successful!
TW
Your stored Credentials :
AIO_SERVER = io.adafruit.com
AIO_SERVERPORT = 1883
AIO_USERNAME = user_name
AIO_KEY = aio_key
AIO_PUB_TOPIC = /feeds/Temperature
AIO_SUB_TOPIC = /feeds/LED_Control
Stop multiResetDetecting
Saving config file...
Saving config file OK
TWTWTWTW TWTWTWTWTW TWTWTWTWTW T


3. Lost a WiFi and autoconnect to another WiFi AP

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[WML] WiFi connected after time: 1
[WML] SSID=HueNet2,RSSI=-51
[WML] Channel=4,IP=192.168.2.82
[WML] run: WiFi reconnected
F
Connecting to WiFi MQTT (3 attempts)...
WiFi MQTT connection successful!
W TW



Config Portal screens:

1.Main Screen




2. Input Credentials:




3. After pressing Save button


khoih-prog

Release v1.1.0

1. Add support to ESP32-S2 (ESP32-S2 Saola and AI-Thinker ESP-12K)
2. Add Instructions to install ESP32-S2 core

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