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Need help rewriting some WiFly logic: Decent payment!

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#1 Daniel Minnaar

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 12:27 PM



We're in desperate need of someone who'd be willing to rewrite code for the WiFly RN-XV module. What we're using just isn't working reliably and we've already sold it to the client.


We're willing to pay between US$1000 - US$1500 for the help, depending on how quickly you can do it. We're looking at between 1-2 weeks.


All we're trying to do is scan networks, connect to the strongest AP and post some data to a webpage (which has already been developed).


We're using the netmftoolbox framework for the WiFlyGSX model but we've hacked it to get it to do what we want, but unfortunately we're obviously doing something wrong. Problems being experienced includes sudden unresponsiveness from the module (which looks like a communication issue) and serial exceptions left right and center. The idea is to just re-write a simplified version of what we need it to do and thats it.


Any takers? This is really urgent. If you can do it after hours thats fine, as long as we meet deadlines.



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 01:22 PM

i think i can help,please contact my

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