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Re: A web simulator for Annex32 available

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fantastic idea and so potentially useful. So much easier for maintaining a production system than having duplicate hardware. Is it possible to get started with Annex yet? I couldn't see a way to set up an Annex environment.
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Re: A web simulator for Annex32 available

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[Local Link Removed for Guests] wrote: [Local Link Removed for Guests]Wed Jan 04, 2023 4:43 am fantastic idea and so potentially useful. So much easier for maintaining a production system than having duplicate hardware. Is it possible to get started with Annex yet? I couldn't see a way to set up an Annex environment.
You can take any example I posted previously and modify as you want.

However, f you want use the Annex web interface you need a local private gateway that is available only for the club members

https://docs.wokwi.com/guides/esp32-wifi
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Re: A web simulator for Annex32 available

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Hi Francesco,

I'm just starting to use the free version of WOKWI with ANNEX32 and I'm excited about the many possibilities.
I did the first steps by making some changes to the mini-project links available here in the forum. However, I am still a bit confused as to how to use a specific or the latest Annex version.
In the file diagram.json I see the possibility for specification, but I do not yet see which version alternatives can be set.
Am I missing something?

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    {
      "type": "wokwi-esp32-devkit-v1",
      "id": "esp",
      "top": -393.1,
      "left": -756.58,
      "attrs": { "env": "annex32-1.48.2" }
    },
Can you give an indication of the versions available?
Is there a list of public annex projects that have already been created?
Could you/we list some examples in a thread here in the forum?

Can you give me and perhaps some other interested parties a brief overview of the current status?

Thank you and have a nice weekend
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Re: A web simulator for Annex32 available

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Wokwi requires a specific Annex version because it need a given setup for the Wifi login and password and a particular partitioning (plus some adaptations to make it work).
There are other versions available here https://github.com/wokwi/firmware-asset ... es/annex32 .

Unfortunately you cannot use your specific version and, for me, this represent another version to compile :roll:

I think that, for the demonstration/ test purposes, the 1.48.2 is ok.
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Re: A web simulator for Annex32 available

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Following some requests for demo I'm putting here few more examples

Mandelbrot example
https://wokwi.com/projects/383627242332699649
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Neoscroll Demo
https://wokwi.com/projects/342961260497732178
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Re: A web simulator for Annex32 available

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Is very impressive Francesco, and all simulated online in a short Annex script.
Annex is much more than a toy, and so is Wokwi.
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Re: A web simulator for Annex32 available

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[Local Link Removed for Guests] wrote: [Local Link Removed for Guests]Sat Dec 09, 2023 11:01 amAnnex is much more than a toy, and so is Wokwi.
For me, MMBasic on PicoMite is my favorite microprocessor toy, but to do any real home automation, like control boiler or monitor temperatures, I need wifi, so my workhorses are Annex32 and the ESP32, especially the S2Mini. This is a powerful combination, and Wokwi makes it even better.

Thanks, Francesco, for all your fine work.

Incredible what computing power is available for a little over $2USD, and with such a programmer-friendly environment as Annex.
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