I know this is more of a computer programming question, that an Arduino programming question, but I thought you guys and girls might know the answer.
I am basically using An Arduino, Connect to it via a USB to a Windows laptop. I am using a third party application on iPhone called Blynk. This application connects via the Internet to control the Arduino.
To connect the Arduino to the Internet, it has to be hardwired with the USB, and then I have to open the command prompt, change the directory to the scripts folder, and then run one of the scripts contained within it to initialise the com port that the Arduino is on.
If however, the Arduino is disconnected, The connection drops, and I have to go through the command prompt sequence again.
Now on my Mac book, you can create a macro or widget and easily record the steps but you have to take, and it will create a single button that will play the steps when you click it. In other words on a MacBook I can double-click an icon, and it would do the connection script in one go. Is there a way of doing that in Windows?