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eaef5bd1 02/06/2017 02:08 PM Alexander Alashkin

Revert "Stop publish examples to mongoose repo"

This reverts commit 1a17e17c462bdd4e1d26d8742f8b7087273e04c2.

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551f393d 02/03/2017 10:17 AM Alexander Alashkin

Remove examples

2633628a 04/15/2016 01:48 PM Deomid Ryabkov

Add MG_hello for CC3200; upload file form

Mg_hello is a simpler example for CC3200
File upload form is served on / if index.html does not exist
and always available on /upload

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README


The 'targetConfigs' folder contains target-configuration (.ccxml) files, automatically generated based
on the device and connection settings specified in your project on the Properties > General page.

Please note that in automatic target-configuration management, changes to the project's device and/or
connection settings will either modify an existing or generate a new target-configuration file. Thus,
if you manually edit these auto-generated files, you may need to re-apply your changes. Alternatively,
you may create your own target-configuration file for this project and manage it manually. You can
always switch back to automatic target-configuration management by checking the "Manage the project's
target-configuration automatically" checkbox on the project's Properties > General page.

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