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We are in the beginning of studying how to do the SW architecture and we would like to better undestand the role of „WICED“, it’s functionality and how it helps us in interfacing with our lwIP stack, RTOS and application. Would be possible get some support in this area? Are there any documents covering this topic and are there any examples?
Thanks for considering our solution. To find out the role of WICED in the SW architecture, you can take a look at this block diagram given here 43xxx_Wi-Fi/doc/WICED-SDK-Software-Stack.pdf. To get started with WICED Studio, you can go through the quick start guide bundled in the doc folder in WICED SDK (43xxx_Wi-Fi/doc/WICED-QSG.pdf).
To have an overall understanding of the capabilities of WICED Studio, you can also refer to WICED Training Videos