ESP32 Explorer
Switch branches/tags
Nothing to show
Clone or download
nkolban Merge pull request #23 from chegewara/master
Fix to match cpp_utils changes
Latest commit 611fcd1 Dec 31, 2017
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
components One big patch Nov 2, 2017
docs Sync - 2017-0910 11-21 Sep 10, 2017
fatfs_data Merge remote-tracking branch 'upstream/master' Nov 10, 2017
main Fix to match cpp_utils changes Dec 31, 2017
.cproject One big patch Nov 2, 2017
.gitignore One big patch Nov 2, 2017
.project Sync 2017-09-27 Sep 28, 2017
LICENSE Sat Jun 3 11:23:59 CDT 2017 Jun 3, 2017
Makefile Sat Jun 3 11:23:59 CDT 2017 Jun 3, 2017
README.md Sync 2017-09-10 11:22 Sep 10, 2017
partitions.csv Sync 2017-09-27 Sep 28, 2017
sdkconfig Merge pull request #18 from chegewara/master Nov 15, 2017

README.md

ESP32 Explorer

** WARNING!! - VERY EARLY CODE **

A utility library / application for investigating the ESP32.

Locked within an ESP32 at runtime is a wealth of information. This includes:

  • Your availabile memory
  • Your WiFi connections
  • Your GPIO status
  • The files on your flash file system
  • The status of your logging enablement
  • The partitions in use
  • The state of FreeRTOS tasks
  • and much more ...

As I wrote applications to run on the ESP32, I found that from time to time I would need this information or wish to tweak some settings at runtime. I would inject code into my application, perform those tests and then remove it. As I wrote more applications, I found that I was repeating these steps over and over again. This notion became the kernel of this project.

The purpose of the project is to produce a library which, when linked with your own application can reveal the content of your ESP32 at runtime and allow you to tweak settings.

When linked with your application, it will start listening as a network endpoint (an HTTP server) to accept external calls for information and receive external calls to change state and data. In addition to the library you link with your ESP32 app, there is a web page that can be opened which presents the information in a series of tabbed pages.

Some pages have additional tabs on them.

File System

The File System page shows the file system found on the ESP32. From here you can see if the files you expect to be available are present. You also have the opportunity to upload new and updated files.