HTTPS Client Library for GETs and PUTs

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HTTPS Client Library for GETs and PUTs

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jeffthompson
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I'm using MCUXpresso 11.01 for the MIMXRT1062DVJ6A, and MCUXpresso SDK 2.6.2. I've got LWIP 2.1.2 and mbedTLS 2.13.1. What HTTPS client library can I use with this? The immediate need is to do GETs and PUTs.

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jeffthompson
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I used the "Refresh SDK Components" button in the "Project Explorer". I then looked at the latest SDK documentation, which appears to only be available as a web resource, not a downloadable PDF. Unfortunately, I still don't see how to do GETs and PUTs using the LWIP library.

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kerryzhou
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Hi Jeff Thompson

  Do you add the SDK 2.7.0 in the installed SDKs?

  Then you can import the official SDK again in your IDE.

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About the document, you can refer to the project readme under project doc folder.

Then, you can check more details from the code and the SDK test result. From the readme, you can find this client project also support the write to server and read from server functions.

Have a great day,
Kerry

 

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jeffthompson
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Kerry,

Thanks for the response. Is there a guide for how to migrate from 2.6.2. to 2.7.0?

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kerryzhou
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Hi Jeff Thompson ,

    Please download the newest SDK 2.7.0 from this link:

http://mcuxpresso.nxp.com/en/select 

 you can find the related http client in the lwip folder:

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Best Regards,

Have a great day,
Kerry

 

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