Tagged: apprentice

Leveraging on WResources

I continued to move all storage related actions to the back-end. The idea is to have a clear separation of front-end (consisting of widgets and callbacks) and back-end (handling of requests). When a complete...

Back-end Caching

Caching So.. this week I focused more on building the file caching mechanism that fully uses the server’s back-end. I am using a write-back approach to handle the caching process. Initially, a fresh copy...

Digging Deeper into Bug

This week I dig deeper into identifying the TCPIP Stack bug. Ideal Case Based on the document UG380 and XAPP502, ‘init_b’ of FPGA should be HIGH (reading from PIC32), if it was LOW during...

TCPIP Stack Bug

This week I continue trying to figure out how to ‘download’ a huge file with TCP protocol. Set up a USB cdc com port to ease debugging. Fixing ‘init_b’ staying LOW. TCP Server looping...

More Improvements

More on cURLpp I talked about cURLpp in my last post. There’s much more to it than just uploading files to Google Drive endpoints. A few things I discovered is :- curlpp::infos This allows...

PIC32MZ TCPIP Server

This week I integrate my previous TLS TCP Server code onto ‘the board’ – PIC32MZ. DHCP enabled & Fixed IP adress test First I experiment with having DHCP enabled on MHC. Using ‘tcpip_discoverer’ from Harmony...

Adopting cURLpp

So.. I was using system() to perform CURL requests in my application. There were a few downsides to this:- Error handling of response. Messy codes. My boss talked about using the cURLpp library to...

Software Test

Software test is all about breaking the application, which can be hard sometimes when there is an emotional attachment. My colleague Peter and previous interns working on the project have done a great job...