As a C++11 developer, you may find yourself stymied by the C++ compiler provided in the official ACAP SDK toolchain. Full C++11 support was not available in GCC until version 4.8; the ACAP SDK provides GCC version 4.3. This post provides a high-level overview of solving what is an enduring issue for most embedded Linux development environments: building your own bleeding-edge toolchain.
In most cases a server holds information about a camera that clients can request. However, there may be situations when a client has no server query or the server has no service to store the information.
PHP Me version 1.1 enables using curl to write scripts that interact with other network services such as HTTP, FTP, SMTP. The package also includes more PHP script examples.
To see what PHP capabilities are availabel, install and run the phpversion.php found in the package/examples directory.
Version 1.1 can be downloaded from the original post.
Is it possible to run PHP scripts in the camera? Now now it is. (more…)
[ Setup | System Options | Advanced | File Upload ]. This will get tedious if you need to install and remove these on multiple cameras. (more…)
Have you ever been frustrated on the cameras web page loading when you need to quickly switch between different pages? Do you find yourself solving this by opening multiple tabs in the browser containing a specific camera page? (more…)
An ACAP service needs to have configuration settings. Axis cameras provides the param.conf service to store settings in the cameras parameter management. The param.conf has limitations and is not always the best solution.