How to make an app for remote controlling an elevator (part 2)

Eric SvenssonBlogs, Tutorials

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Previously we told the story of how we hacked an elevator and talked mostly about the hardware involved. Now we will tell you about the easy part: how to make a mobile app in HTML5 and JavaScript that allowed us to both call and unlock the doors of our office elevator. Using Evothings Studio and the Electric Imp IDE we could quickly … Read More

How to make an app for remote controlling an elevator (part 1)

Eric SvenssonBlogs, Tutorials

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During a previous developers’ Hack Night, we decided to connect the office elevator to the internet and a mobile app. With the use of an Electric Imp, together with a simple electronic circuit and a simple mobile application developed with Evothings Studio in html and javascript, we could remotely both call the elevator and unlock its doors from anywhere.

A quick walk through the Evothings Arduino BLE example

Aaron ArdiriBlogs, Tutorials

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At Evothings we take pleasure in showing how simple it is to interact with IoT devices from an iOS or Android mobile device. At the numerous conferences and events we have attended over the past few months – one of our examples tends to be quite popular, as it grabs the attention of the audience we are demonstrating for, is … Read More

BLE app development in JavaScript explained – Bluetooth Low Energy in action

Mikael KindborgBlogs, Tutorials

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Bluetooth Low Energy, commonly referred to as BLE, is a cool low-power wireless technology that is perfect for connecting things to mobile apps. In the near future, we will see lots of consumer products that use BLE; toys, home appliances, bikes, cars, sensors for sports equipment, clothes, you name it! Many of these devices will need an associated mobile application … Read More