I’m working a project that does two TCP connections. Each time the core turns on I need it to get some data from a webpage using TCP and store data recieved in a variable. I’ve tought that this first TCP connection should be in the setup()(only is executed once) but I don’t know how to structure it because, from what I’ve seen , reading data needs a loop, doesn’t it? How could I structure this TCP connection?
The second TCP connection should repeat every X seconds and I think it should be in the loop() part. For this second TCP connection I’ve followed @BDub TCPClient code on his github and works perfect. https://gist.github.com/technobly/8670143
As @BDub, @mtnscott and @weakset mentioned in the topic below, sometimes appear strange characters in the TCP recieved data, but that could be solved adding ‘Connection: close’ in the header of the http request.
The point is that these solution only works for not chunked http requests. Is there a way to delete his strange characters in a chunked http request?