The Spinneret Web Server design contest served to promote the emerging open-source hardware community by encouraging the use of good open-source design practices, cooperation, and proactive sharing of new designs. With that in mind the participants helped one another enhance their understanding of how the Spinneret Web Server could be applied to accomplish their goal.
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Multi-Socket Server by Mike G
Serves a web page using simultaneous TCP sockets using the Spinneret Web Sever, and some very fancy code, to operate an AJAX interface over am internet connection. The project example shows off this feature by allowing users to interact with a help guide or connect to an interactive page that allows remote control of external hardware (LEDs) while viewing the results from an external webcam.
Spinneret Embedded BASIC (PE-BASIC) by Bean
Provides a Telnet interface to BASIC interpreter and command shell. Allows live editing and execution of BASIC scripts, including access to external hardware as well as interaction with a user over the Telnet session.
Opening a Door via Text Message by Chillybasen
The Spinneret Web Server has been integrated into a door-locking mechanism to add remote locking and unlocking functionality. The user is able to send a text message to the Spinneret Web Server and lock or unlock the door.
nerdDoro by Jeffa
The Spinneret Web Server runs a clock and thermometer that serves up XML files containing the local time and temperature. The project includes examples to interact with the Spinneret Web Server using the PHP programming language or the .NET framework.
Wireless Web-based Ship Monitoring and Control System by bsnut
A remotely accessible interface will be able to check the many gauges and controls aboard a vessel by using the Spinneret Web Server. The system will allow personnel to interface with many of the ship's controls without being aboard the vessle.