ESLOV's HTTP OAuth Support?

As ESLOV IoT Invention Kit could be release in Jan, 2017.

[ESLOV is the amazing new IoT invention kit from Arduino | Arduino Blog](http://ESLOV IoT Invention Kit
ESLOV is the amazing new IoT invention kit from Arduino | Arduino Blog
ESLOV is the amazing new IoT invention kit from Arduino | Arduino Blog)
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/iot-invention-kit/eslov-iot-invention-kit

Is ESLOV's build-in WIFI just like MKR1000, using the WiFi101 Library as its api that is possible to support HTTP protocols and OAuth 2.0?

Is this spam, or a genuine question?

You might want to ask this question at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/iot-invention-kit/eslov-iot-invention-kit/comments since I suspect that anyone reading it here can only speculate. One of the Arduino team is doing a good job of answering all questions over there and so you will probably get an official answer. If you do so, please post a link here to your kickstarter comment(the link is the "about x hours ago" link on your comment) so that anyone else can easily find the information.

If they're spamming then they would be spamming for Arduino since that's Arduino's kickstarter. Likely if Arduino wanted to spam their own forum it would be Massimo Banzi or another core team member's account doing it.

@pert

Thank you for your response. I don't get why this question would be a spam, but I am asking this for seeking a help.

In the kickstarter's comment area, I saw it says that

Only backers can post comments. If you have a question, ask the project creator.

Since I have not donated the project yet, I cannot post a comment and ask my question on it.
I actually have already asked this question to the project creator but did not get their response.

I will update what they replied to me once I got the answer.

elsalin:

Only backers can post comments. If you have a question, ask the project creator.

I didn't notice that. It's funny because some of the comments are people complaining that it's too expensive and saying "it has no chance to succeed". I guess they gave money to a campaign they don't believe in, strange.

elsalin:
I will update what they replied to me once I got the answer.

Thanks!

elsalin:
Since I have not donated the project yet, I cannot post a comment and ask my question on it.

On Kickstarter, you can back any project for only $1 and select "no reward". You can even cancel your pledge any time before the project becomes funded, if it meets its funding goal. But if you forget, you're charged only $1.

$1 "no reward" pledges are actually fairly common on Kickstarter, from people who merely wish to follow the project's progress without a significant financial commitment. If the project creator later posts several backer-only updates (which is almost always a sign the project isn't going well), you'll be able to read them if you paid even just $1.