Author: Martin Viljoen

Integrate sage300 with a micro controller such as NodeMCU

In this article I will show you how you can use an ESP8266 and integrate it with an ERP system such as Sage 300. Reasons and possibilities are endless. This demonstration will simply create an order but you…

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3 Sage 300 Web-API PHP examples.

If you don’t already know Sage 300 comes with a web-api based on SWAGGER. The API is relatively easy to utilize. There are some limitations to what you can do with it but for the most part its…

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Control ESP8266 via a Webfront end using MQTT

Let’s control an ESP8266 via a web front end using MQTT. I created my own personal hosted home automation server called LittleNodes.com for everyone to use for free. I pretty much used the below method to build it….

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Basic PHP Class Tutorial

Creating and utilizing a PHP class is much easier than it looks or sound. If you start out with PHP a class might sound a bit confusing to you but it’s actually very basic. In layman’s terms see…

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Build a tool to monitor the CAN-BUS directly on Arduino via console.

If you are trying to make sense¬† of your vehicle’s CAN-BUS messages, you would probably already know that when you start dumping data from the CAN-BUS into a serial console it’s very overwhelming with all the data flying…

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Embed bootstrap into an ESP8266 Web server with SPIFFS

The ESP8266 is a pretty neat micro-controller. As you probably already know it can run as a web server for both AP and Station modes. In case you don’t know. AP mode is when the ESP8266 behaves like…

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Store data to Arduino or ESP8266 Flash Memory using EEPRM

I created a library that will allow you to save string values to your Arduino or ESP8266¬† memory. You can download it from here EEPRM Save Data to Arduino or ESP Memory Please read the readme file. The…

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Building a Serial Command Line Interface

In this article we will build a very basic CLI ( Command Line Interface) and use putty to navigate it. In some cases you would want to be able to change custom built settings on your micro controller…

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