How about the esp32?
The sockets will remain open always, but only transmit data on button push and only about 35 characters at a time.
The idea is that several client esp will report to the server esp their status.
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Elissa Smart wrote:Surprisingly, this
You can use the SDK functions espconn_tcp_get_max_con_allow() and espconn_tcp_get_max_con() to check the values for your system didn't work for me.
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