I was looking over all the "Parallax WX Wi-Fi Module for Prop C"
IS spin on the way out, as far as support and example code?
I guess it is a proprietary language, but I still like it.
And I thought it would be good to see all these done in SPIN.
Or am I just old skool, as I learned spin before prop c even existed.
I can switch to prop C, but so many objects in the github obex are in spin, or are they being ported over to prop C also?
Should I abandon spin, and code in prop C from now on?
I can do that if that is where everything is going.
Or is it time, to make identical copies of tutorials like the ones listed in "Parallax WX Wi-Fi Module for Prop C" but for SPIN?
I am trying to make links to example code for the propeller and the wx esp8266 wifi device in my
"ParallaxWX ESP8266 / RaspberryPi / Debian / Esp-open-sdk / SimpleIDE / Openspin / Proploader / DEVEL" thread.
Which helps users COMPILE the esp8266 code in linux/raspberryPI, that parallax developed for their WX device.
I thought it would be good to include links to example code, on how to use the wx device webpages to communicate and accomplish tasks with the propeller.