I've finished my
C# and WebScript
project today. I'm utterly exhausted and need the vacation now.
The project was a demo application using a coffeemachine and a WebNet device. The
device has a small webserver built in, and a CGI script sends out an XML file that a
application then use. It is possible to toggle the light at the
coffeemachine on/off–use the webcam to see
it–and not much else, coffee is after all a mission critical service,
and you should not allow visitors from the Internet to affect it too
The idea is of course that any device that can be controlled through a RS-232 port can become Internet enabled just by hooking it up to a WebNet device. And it works.