I was thinking is it possible to use the FTP functionality over a LTE connection.
the server class seems to work only over WIFI. is there anyone who tried this yet?
or does anyone know what to implement to get this working
I've got a gpy connected to Atom via wifi through a router. After deepsleep the gpy reconnects to the network but Atom does not reconnect automatically like it does over a wired usb connection. So then I have to click the Atom disconnect then reconnect buttons. That makes the run button vanish. So then I have to click Packages/Pymakr/Run current file to get the run button back. It's all very tedious!
Has anyone found a way to get Atom to reconnect automatically over wifi like it does over usb?
it is not possible (yet?)
i think pybytes is running on mqtt so it would be quite easy to implement this servers side.
mqtt does support 2 way communication and pybytes is still beta so i think in the future it will be possible
@protean WiFi connection should now be much more stable in the new firmware 1.18.2.r2. https://forum.pycom.io/topic/4446/update-to-pybytes-firmware-1-18-2-r2-solving-device-wifi-connectivity-issues
Please update your device!
i Don't have that exact software version anymore and you couldn't do much with it because it communicates via CAN-bus with some other devices you probably don't have.
the sending to pybytes parts looks a lot like the provided example.
the time it crashed i didn't update a part i only tried to open the flash tab in pybytes.
i get the
Error publish [Errno 12] ENOMEM
more if i increase the wait time between some data bursts. with 60 seconds almost never but with 600 seconds more often.
this table is only for saving wifi credentials in Pybytes.
These wifi credentials could be selected (from the combo box) when you create a new device profile in Pybytes.
At this moment a device profile is "locked" with one wifi credentials which were selected during that particular device profile creation.
After that only when you update your Pycom device with the firmware updater, a Pycom device will receive new wifi credentials from Pybytes.
stacked option could create a stacked bar chart if you send an array of a tupple of values with your signal. But at this moment we don't support it, so it does nothing. We're going to refactor this part of UI.
We're going to update docs this week.