Internet to Serial Proxy
Internet to Serial Proxy is an open source application which facilitate the communication between a Web API and an Arduino connected to a Mac USB Serial Port.
INTERNET < > Internet to Serial Proxy < > USB ARDUINO
Version 03 – Compiled for OS X Lion tested with Mountain Lion
Still running Snow Leopard? Get the previous version.
What it does
First, you DO NOT NEED an Arduino Internet Shield. The Internet to Serial Proxy open the chosen TCP/IP port and listen to it. When it get a connection, it transmit what it get to the connected serial port. The data send from the Arduino are also sent to a specified URL. It’s also monitor what’s the Arduino send through the serial port. It’s pretty basic. You can also send a manually entered string to the serial device.
Visit the Internet to Serial Proxy project home page on Github to get some PHP scripts and an Arduino program example, submit issues or get informed about current developments.