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Lesson 5 – HTTP over Wi-Fi


HTTP is one of the most widely-used application protocols over the internet. It provides a standardized and reliable way of data exchange between a server and a client. Being used in web browsers by millions of people on a daily basis, examining the structure of HTTP and how it can be used by nRF70 series devices for data exchange is crucial.

In this lesson, we will learn about HTTP and its structure. We will explain the main features of HTTP, including its requests structure and how a request is formatted to cater for a variety of web activities. We will also look at the HTTP library and learn how to enable support for both HTTP client and server functionalities using an nRF70 Series device.


  • Examine the HTTP protocol and learn how to add and use the HTTP protocol in your application.
  • Gain an overview of the most suitable use cases for HTTP.
  • Practice through hands-on exercises how to build an HTTP client and establish bi-directional communication with it through a web-based HTTP server and how to secure the connection through TLS.
  • Practice through a hands-on exercise how to create an HTTP server and control LEDs through PUT and GET requests.
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