Hi—I’m reading as much as I can find on this forum for storage of data that the Electron collects offline but still fairly uncertain where to start. I’m hoping to add a good chunk of external storage (~ 1 GB) and log everything then use the controller to decide what actually gets sent to the cloud. It looks like the flashee-eeprom library is still among the more commonly used libraries for external storage but was written for spark; is it still the way to go for solid state memory? I’d prefer not to use SD cards as this will be for a consumer product and I want everything to be board-mounted.
And, while perhaps it will be a little more expensive, will it even be possible to send 10s to 100s of KB to the cloud at once? I know I can send only 255 B in a given Publish( ) but will it be feasible to throw that in a loop until the Electron completes sending a file?
BTW—I called and asked the sales team these questions and they were unsure. I bought and am testing an Electron so any leads will be much appreciated! Thanks!