Lots of exciting possibilities for the little chip but nothing concrete. The FRANKENSTEIN development gets more promising by the day, he’s even thinking about adding a LUA interpreter to his own offering. The LUA development has seen nothing new for a couple of days. The fellow who developed the original web server using the ESP8266 (NOT the LUA version) has made no further changes as far as I’m aware and his implementation has a severe issue in that if you do not already have an IP address setup, it can’t do a search for access points. Meanwhile today, in theory, ESPRESSIF will put out an update to their AT command set code.
Could be an interesting weekend. For links to everything see my previous blog posts.