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WICED® Wi-Fi™ 101 - Chapter 6: Introduction to Networking

Chapter 6 is all about networking! Alan Hawse walks you through networking basics, sockets, security, and more. You're almost a pro with WICED®, why stop now?

What's an engineering education without an overwhelming amount of networking material? One we wouldn't be fans of! In this next set of videos, Alan Hawse breaks down the fundamentals of networking when it comes to your development kit and our WICED SDK.

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In this video, you'll learn all about TCP/IP sockets – more simply known as "sockets". These things make the internet go round, literally. After watching, you'll know the ins and outs of how the internet communicates!

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Next up, you'll learn all about the WICED APIs that are vital to creating a basic socket connection.

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To wrap up the last few videos quickly, we covered what sockets are, an application protocol called WWEP, and how to create and read sockets using WICED APIs. Now, let's put our problem-solving caps on and create an application that uses the WICED Wi-Fi™ Example Protocol (WWEP).

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When it comes to IoT devices, you've got to make sure you have a hold on security. Thanks to our WICED IDE and this video, you'll be creating bullet-proof IoT devices in no time.

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We think security integrated in your IoT devices is important and you should too. In this video, Alan Hawse will teach you all about a specific type of internet security attack you should look out for, the Man-in-the-Middle.

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In the last few videos, you've covered the fundamentals of encrypting and secure sockets. Next up, you'll learn about X.509 certificates.

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Chapter 6 has been all about exchanging data on the internet. To wrap this Chapter up, you'll learn how to modify the non-secure WWEP client program referenced earlier, to include security.

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CYW943907AEVAL1F Projects

The Cypress CYW943907AEVAL1F Evaluation kit enables you to evaluate and develop Wi-Fi applications using the dual band CYW43907 with onboard 320-MHz ARM Cortex-R4 MCU.

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The PSoC AFE Shield is an Arduino Uno R3 compatible companion board that can be used to add analog capability and sensors as well as a user interface to an Arduino Uno R3 compatible baseboard (not included with this kit).