A simple question. I have gone through most of the ESP32 webserver course I purchased. Everything up and including section 3 I have loaded and tested with my system. All worked as expected and had no issues.
What I have learned is that I can tinker with running code and get the results I am looking for but I don’t have the skills to patch multiple projects together as the syntax of the code isn’t something I understand fully and don’t really want to take that much effort to dig deep enough to get it done.
What I would have liked to have added to the ESP32 webserver course was a couple of final projects that actually combined all aspects of the previous projects. For example, I would like to have a single webserver and web page table that contained the temperature, humidity, pressure with GPIO buttons, text or data input fields, as well as having text status messages as popups. Kind of like using a data entry field to set a temperature alarm, showing the alarm status, and using a button to clear the alarm once it was triggered and acknowledged plus a data and time stamp when the temperature limit was exceeded and when it was cleared.
I don’t know if you have any examples already posted that includes all aspects as described but I think the next revision of the ESP32 webserver course should contain a final project that does combine all of the elements that were used in all the previous projects and then weekend tinkers, like me, would have something we can butcher up and use for our purposes without having to deep dive into the function call parameter lists, pointers, and structures that are just a bit out of our skill level since this isn’t our daily job. If I work on an ESP32 project once a year, I’m doing more than normal and thus I really need example code that contains all the elements that I need so I can tweak it a bit. I would think this might be a good practice for any other course as well – the grand finale project of all tutorials.
Thanks for letting me bend your ear.