Internet Commercial Hardware
Interfacing to the Internet
HTML / XML
Tutorial on CGI with non-traditional languages:
Web Servers and Dynamic Content
Dan Teodor, Linux Journal, February 2001, pg. 172.
Typical use of Forth as a CGI:
Interfacing an Ethernet chip to a uP, using ARP:
Circuit Cellar online article:
The Ethernet Development Board, Part 1: Putting it all Together
Fred Eady, October 2000, http://www.chipcenter.com/circuitcellar/october00/c1000fe1.htm
Part 2., November 2000 - http://www.chipcenter.com/circuitcellar/november00/c1100fe1.htm
Rabbit Season, Part 3: Network Analysis
Fred Eady, Circuit Cellar, November 2000, pg 48
Related articles also at: http://www.circuitcellar.com
Teenie Weenie serial to ethernet Web Server:
Also see review at: http://www.chipcenter.com/networking/products
$50 Ethernet development board uP interface (w/downloadable manual):
PIC Interface to 3COM 3C509B ISA Ethernet card:
PIC Interface to ISA Ethernet card:
A winning Combination
Edward Cheung, Circuit Cellar, October 2000, pg. 12.
Several low-cost Ethernet interfaces:
Designing Web Appliances on a Shoestring
Warren Webb, EDN Magazine, April 13, 2000, pg. 89.
Low cost web server using NE2000-compatible Ethernet controller:
A $25 Web Server
Steve Freyder, et. al., Circuit Cellar Online, July 1999
Four-part series of articles on Embedded RT-Linux:
Ingo Cyliax, November 1998 to March 1999 Circut Cellar
(may also be available at http://www.circuitcellar.com/online)
Ethernet/Serial Interface from Intelligent Instrumentation
Newport Electronics has introduced panel meters, controllers, and signal
conditioners with "Embedded Web Server"
Busware has an DIN-rail-mount Ethernet Serial Gatway which goes from one
10-base-t IP-ARP, UDP, TCP, SNMP and TFTP to one RS-232/RS-422/RS-485. They
give out serial port redirecting software for PCs so you can talk to your
application as if it were hooked up to a serial port.
Bob Nash uses a similar (not DIN-rail) 10-base-T to RS232 box from Moxa.
They make 4, 8, or 16 port boxes as well.
Secure and Reliable Embedded Systems
Linux BBS / Outlook replacement
Free Capture and Layout software
|At Work (job)
|lack of FORTH programmers||productivity|
|"common language" is not FORTH||transparency|
|"C" is the only language to be trusted by managers||portable||due to Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt need an accepted solution|
|FORTH is free, therfore worthless||testable incrementally||IBM factor - can not go wrong|
|At Home (hobby)
|can't get a job programming FORTH||speed|
|lack of "billable" fluff||efficient|
|call .exe, access to LIBware||all attributes easily attained|
|low overhead of nested / linked modules|
|quick time to demonstrate|