@skorokithakis from personal experience, i'd say - no. :-D but it is already quite work and usable. many libraries are still missing in the official repos (webserver, websocket, ticker, SPIFFS, ping,...) but some of them are available someplace else. for me it is less stable then esp8266 also (for example the STA sometimes refuses to connect to the AP, the SoftAP does not hand out IP addresses when configured with a different IP then the default, sometimes the main loop just stops executing and no WD kicks in,...). but it is constantly improving and the devs do a great job!
@everslick that's what I wanted to know, thanks!
Hello all, a question, I'm using the (virtual) EEPROM of esp8266, with the: EEPROM.begin (size) command. Ok, and what is the maximum size I can use? I usually see examples using 512, but what would be the limit?
@everslick OK thank you.
But using the other system sppifs (I have not yet used this method) would I have more bytes to use?
yeah, much more
@everslick Is it too complicated to use sppifs or is it equal to eeprom?
@rodrigocirilo completely unrelated. SPIFFS is a filesystem, where you have the usual FILE operation API (open, read,write,close,...)
@everslick Thanks! Some clue to which alternative would be the most stable? I have read that the ECN28J60 is not very stable for arduinos, but I do not know if it applies for ESP8266 since it has more RAM
hey, @Makuna, about your neopixel library, will I mess stuff up if I Serial.println() while I use the lib, since it's connected to RX?
i guess not, since it's RX, but maybe i shouldn't connect to the serial interface
@nmenoni Hi look up Luca Dentella's blog he has done some work with the ESP and the ENC28J60 and made notes on his blog.
@skorokithakis There is note in the Wiki about this. The serial must be "begin" before the NeoPixelBus, so that the use of the RX pin is used for NeoPixels; so you can print, but you can't recieve