This example (located in Adafruit_WICED_Arduino/examples/HTTP) will connect to an HTTP server and read the specified page using 'polling' (as opposed to using callbacks).
Set your AP details using the WLAN_SSID and WLAN_PASS flags, setting them to the values used by you own access point:
Set the domain name or the IP address, the page and the port that you wish the resolve using the following variables:
#define SERVER "www.adafruit.com" // The HTTP server to connect to #define PAGE "/testwifi/index.html" // The HTTP resource to request #define PORT 80 // The TCP port to use
You can then compile and flash your sketch to the WICED Feather using the 'Download' arrow icon at the top of the IDE:
You should see the USB DFU progress as the update advances, and there will be a 'Done Uploading' message in the top left of the status bar when you are done:
Wait a few seconds for the USB CDC serial interface to enumerate, and then open the Serial Monitor using either the Serial Monitor icon in the upper-right of the IDE or via Tools > Serial Monitor:
This will cause the WICED Feather to attempt to connect to the access point, and then it will attempt to retrieve the specified web page: