JavaScript apps for the MediaTek LinkIt Smart 7688 Duo

Alex JonssonBlogs, Tutorials

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This tutorial uses the Wi-Fi communication feature of the MediaTek LinkIt™ Smart 7688 development platform, a platform designed to enable the development of services and products for the smart home and office Read the full article (labs.mediatek.com): http://home.labs.mediatek.com/remote-control-of-the-mediatek-linkit-smart-7688-duo-development-board-using-evothings-studio/

Publishing sensor data onto the IBM Watson IoT platform

Hammad TariqTutorials

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Storing event data in a secure and stable cloud is a necessity for many IoT deployments. Imagine having a network of devices that are concurrently collecting ambient temperature, humidity and light levels at an industrial plant. All of these devices will generate events that are required to be captured and stored. Typically, this network of devices would need one or a … Read More

Dialog IoT Sensor Starter Guide

Dialog SemiconductorStarter Kits, Tutorials

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The SmartBond™ IoT Sensor Development Kit makes developing motion and environmental sensing applications easy. Merging cutting-edge Bluetooth® Smart hardware, sensors and sensor fusion software, it enables the world’s lowest power 12 Degrees-of-Freedom (DoF) wireless sensor module. Highly integrated, it cuts system size and cost and includes all essential hardware and software to speed creation of advanced IoT devices. This complete … Read More

A 101 example for the Arduino 101

Alex JonssonTutorials

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The Arduino 101, with its on board Intel Curie processsor, is one of the latter evolutions in the Arduino family. Having built-in Bluetooth Low Energy support, plus several sensors mostly for movement, makes it a viable and cost-effective alternatives to the classis Arduino UNO and related boards. This short developer’s note shows how to connect a mobile app running on … Read More

Create mobile apps for iOS and Android connecting to the BBC micro:bit

Alex JonssonBlogs, Tutorials

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As this March 2016 – the World became a wee bit better place; The British Broadcasting Corporation commenced its fabled launch of the Micro:bit single chip computer, with the ultimate goal to provide each school child aged 11-12 with their own computer that they can work, play with and program themselves. There is an extensive site available with more information … Read More