I have a Seeeduino Stalker v2.3.
I would like to build my executable outside the IDE then upload it to using WIFI and FTP. As far as I can see this is all possible, A Makefile can be used to build the code, FTP is built in to my Wifly Bee, and there is a solder jumper to allow code to be loaded via Wifi. However, the instructions assume the IDE is used to load the code and requires another Wifly Bee and USB connected UART.
As I said I want to skip the IDE connection and go straight to FTP over Wifi. Will that work with the standard boot loader?
I was planning to try it but thought I'd ask first to see if anyone has experience at doing this. Are there commands the IDE supplies to the boot loader to get things rolling etc. Not familiar with what the boot loader actually does yet.
If this is new development I'd like to get involved. My background is hardware firmware developer and FTP is how we load our code.
Thanks for you help in advance.