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Node.js server and FSUIPC 5

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Hi Fredrik,

is your Node.js server running on the same pc as your sim/FSUIPC? If so, then nothing else is needed.

If it running on a different pc, then you may need WideClient on this pc to talk to FSUIPC on your sim pc.

Note that there is no longer a WideServer.dll (once part of WideFS, with WideClient) - this is only needed with FS9 and earlier. For later versions, WideServer is built-into FSUIPC.



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I am having FSUIPC in the same computer as my Node Server and the sim I have succes in connecting one of my planing 14 mega boards, one step at a time 😉

My goal is to see my diff. conponents state on a homepage, just for me. Before I start msking the homepage for it you maybe can tell if the goal is achieveable?

Then I like to now where to begin and read aboute it?

Best regards Fredrik

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