I just realized this new version was available and downloaded it. I went right to Sec 4.3 for the WiFi Manager. After downloading and compiling, it just executed with no problems. This saved me from pulling out more of the very few hairs I have left on my old head.
GO GET THIS BOOK!
Ruis, you should make more noise about this updated version.
As an old guy that grew up with Flow Charts, this particular graphic is excellent at explaining the flow. New people don’t appreciate the value of this visual presentation and going through the design process. It can save you a lot of pain later on. Designs should all be done Top Down (hierarchical).
WELL DONE! Very timely with this release of the Wifi Manager.
I’m still stuck on the Ard IDE as I can’t put the time into VSCode and Platformio right now. I changed the .cpp to .ino and moved the .ino up a dir level. It compiled in the IDE ok.
Btw – I’m a retired avionics engineer and have lots of system level experience. As programming evolves from little projects with minimal IO, to larger and more complex designs, SYSTEM engineering is more of an asset.
Thank you for your nice words.
I’m really happy that you found the project and the eBook useful.
Every time we release a new Edition of an eBook, we send an email to previous customers to have access to the new version. Maybe you missed the email. The most recent edition was published in February.
We’ve recently published a new version (2.1). We’ve just fixed some typos, so we didn’t send an email about this one. You can see all the new releases on the blog page: https://rntlab.com/blog/
Thanks for following our work.