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I'm learning how to develop WiFi code. When I launch WICED IDE 3.1.2 shortcut on a MAC, one of the 1st instructions is to double click the snip.ping-BCM943362WCD4 target to build the ping application. However, the ping target is not there. Where do I get the target and how do I add it to WICED IDE 3.1.2? And I am using the BCM943362WCD4 evaluation board.
Thanks for your reply. To develop a WiFi application, are we calling these functions? Do you prefer we use 'C' or some other sort of programming language such as python? I clicked on “snip.scan-BCM943362WCD4 download run” and see it running on the evaluation board. But, am I looking at the snip.scan code or calling each snip.x to when I write my code. Please advise for a new developer. Thanks!
The snip or test examples were made to show how our API is used in specific examples. They are not meant to be called as snip.x, rather you can design your custom code based on the code in these examples. Hope this helps get you an idea.