As a follow-up to his article last week about controlling an Arduino via ASP.NET C# applications, #ben has described the opposite - that is how to get data from the Arduino to the web application. The provided demonstration builds on the previous examples by describing how to feed back data once to the controlling web application for confirmation. This would also provide the framework for other forms of data feeds from the Arduino back to the application.
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