currently i’m working on a remote weather station project. in my sketch i need to use a lots of sensors, so i have to include several arduino libraries.
when i also include blynk + enc28j60 stuff, the sketch grows way bigger (140%) than the atmel328p footprint. (without blynk + uipethernet the sketch uses just ~50%)
i know, the easiest solution would be, to go with a larger mcu, but this is an existing hardware, with a custom made circuit, using the atmel328p. to upgrade the mcu, i would have to re-design the whole pcb + circuit + case, it is not possible right now.
there is a way to reduce the size of the blynk library? i need just one way communication (station -> blynk server). just sending the sensor values to the server.
or, it would be better to use just the uipethernet lib, and send the values with http api commands, implemented in the sketch? like this: “http://blynk-cloud.com/9b83187bd48e459f84/update/V3?value=100”