Welcome to download Evothings Studio. You’ll need three things; Software for your computer, a Cloud Token generated from this web page and a mobile app. You’ll be up and running in two minutes, and there are tons of examples and tutorials for various hardware, APIs and services that you can use, edit, distribute, and call your own. And Superman has nothing on us, we’re always just one message away; Evothings on Gitter.io for chat, and Evothings on Freshdesk for everything else.
Step 1: Download Evothings Studio
The current stable version of Evothings Studio is 2.2.1, you can download it here:
The Evothings Studio is open source under the Apache License version 2.0 and there is no spyware/adware or other unwanted things in the installers we distribute. You can also find the full source on github.
The previous versions of Evothings Studio are available here.
Step 2: Get a cloud token
To use version 2.1.0 and newer, you need a Cloud Token to connect to our proxy services. Use the button below to get one! Save it and paste it in when you’ve downloaded the computer software and run it for the first time.
Step 3: Install Evothings Viewer app on your mobile
In the meantime, since the Client software is made using Evothings Studio (!) just like all our other apps, custom clients can be built from source using Cordova/Phonegap tools when applicable. There are other companies who have made their builds available via the iTunes Appstore, in our network.
Use your mobile device to install Evothings Viewer from the app stores.
Note: You need both parts of Evothings Studio; the Evothings Workbench for your computer and Evothings Viewer for your mobile device(s).
Step 4: Connect from Evothings Viewer to Evothings Workbench
Now you are ready to go! For instructions on how to connect, please refer to the in-line instructions on your Evothings Workbench’s Getting Started tab.
Join the community
Questions & Answers? – Visit the Evothings Forums
Our Gitter chat room, where we hang out, all developers welcome to join!
Our IRC channel on Freenode (old school and may be empty!)