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When providing HTTP server you generally have two options: Using WebServer class and set handlers for roots. The parsing and handling of HTTP header is done by the library. Use WifiServer and receive the HTTP message with header included and handler everything by your own. If you are doing number 1 and pretend using by connecting with an Android device I ...


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If you really don't sleep at all you can count with about 70 mA, with some short spikes when transmitting. Sleep mode disabled: (100 mA per division) But you don't need to disable sleep mode completely to use Wifi, you can be in Auto Light Sleep, which I think is the default for Arduino, Non-OS and RTOS. Auto Light Sleep: (100 mA per division) The Wifi ...


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The short answer is - we don't know. Longer answer: It depends on such factors as: The board circuit (the BBBL (known as The Big Bright Blue LED) on some boards could drain about 10-20ma only by itself) The voltage regulator efficiency The battery controller circuit / quality / keying efficiency. The reasonable value is about 170-220 mA (taken from the PDF,...


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It's not an error, it's an HTTP redirect. The HTTP request worked as expected on the ESP32. Curl automatically handles the redirect. Your homegrown HTTP implementation does not. The Coinbase API requires you to use HTTPS and does not allow HTTP. This protects private information, like API keys and information the API may return. It also verifies that you're ...


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