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Month: April 2016

Minimizing UI5 app’s footprint to run from an ESP8266

A while back, I sent this twitter message into the Twitter-verse, with the intention to blog shortly after that on how I got UI5 running on an ESP8266. I’m afraid this blog was conceived a bit later than intended, but here it is nevertheless. This blog is about squeezing a UI5 web application, including the UI5 framework into the ROM of an ESP8266 without adding any additional storage. The available memory space for the UI5 app is 3MB, while the UI5 framework alone is actually many times larger than that. But first a little bit on why I wanted this. While…