class socket – network socket

socket is an object that represents a network socket. Example usage:

socket = esp.socket()
socket.onrecv(print)
socket.connect(('207.58.139.247', 80))
socket.send('GET /testwifi/index.html HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n')

Constructors

class esp.socket

Create and return a socket object.

TCP Methods

socket.connect(addr)

Connect to the address and port specified in the addr tuple.

socket.close()

Close the connection.

socket.accept()

Accept a single connection from the connection queue.

socket.listen(backlog)

Start listening for incoming connections.

Note: Only one socket can be listening for connections at a time.

socket.bind(addr)

Bind the socket to the address and port specified by the addr tuple.

socket.send(buf)

Send the bytes from buf.

socket.recv()

Receive and return bytes from the socket.

UDP Methods

socket.sendto(data, addr)

Placeholder for UDP support, not implemented yet.

socket.recvfrom(addr)

Placeholder for UDP support, not implemented yet.

Callback Setter Methods

onconnect(lambda)

When connection is established, call the callback lambda.

onrecv(lambda)

When data is received, call the callback lambda.

onsent(lamda)

What data is finished sending, call the callback lambda.

ondisconnect(lambda)

Call the callback lambda when the connection is closed.