Convert TCP-IP socket raw binary into ASN encoded complex binary communications packets
If the VOS webserver answers websocket requests, the ASN sent down the line to the requesting device could be interpreted by a browser client, a dedicated device or a microchip. Same request to open websocket, the device downstream doing the asynchronous communication can be anything convenient. The only HTTP it has to compose is the request for the asynchronous websocket. Modern standards that talk to ancient devices. My old VOS written in VB-DOS could actually speak to the webserver over a simple TCP-IP line using this protocol.
P.S. That PH7 engine is the greatest thing since sliced bread. I successfully compiled it into the VOS code last night and executed a web page in PHP. It is the Holy Grail of embedded web servers. I feel it is what I have been waiting for the past 14 years. The total executable with SQLite, SOAP, AJAX and compiled-in Jquery, JQuery-UI, Raphael-SCADA,SVGImporter and Raphael script pages is 1.2 megabytes. Still fits on a floppy!