Today’s tutorial is about getting an accurate time via Internet, using the NTP (Network Time Protocol) service.
Today I’m going to show you an unusual way to send SMS from Arduino…
Today’s tutorial is a bit different: I’m going to show you how to make your ethernet shield wireless!
This quick tutorial comes from a request Antonio posted in a comment: how to change the default port the webserver is listening on.
After having published my previous tutorial, some users wrote me asking a way to send bigger images using Arduino and the ethernet shield. The guys who develop EtherCard library are rewriting the way it handles TCP packets, in the meantime you can get around this problem including in your HTML page references to images hosted by other websites:…
When I published my previous article about how to control a led using a webpage, I was asked for an example with more than one led. Today I’m going to show you how to control two leds with a more stylish webpage thanks to some images…
When I published my first example about using Arduino as a webserver, many of you wrote me asking how to control Arduino using a web browser: in this blog post I’m going to show you how to control a LED from a web page.
In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to write a sketch to update a DNS record hosted by one of the most famous Dynamic DNS service providers, no-ip.
In this fifth post for my enc28j60 tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use your ethernet shield to make Arduino act like a web server.
In the following post, I’m going to show you how to power on a PC using the Wake on Lan feature and your Arduino.