OpenPLC normally runs with and integrated web server and is perhaps one of the defining characteristics of OpenPLC. The webserver makes deploying new applications and new versions of applications straightforward. For many applications, it is a simple way to get your application running.
2019 saw enormous changes to OpenPLC, but mostly behind the hood in a working branch. As our first blog post, I’d like to take the opportunity to introduce both some of the changes and the plans and promote a call for testers. I’ll also take the opportunity to introduce myself, garretfick as the primary author of these changes under the guidance of thiagoralves, and supported by Smarter Grid Solutions.