Evothings does MQTT with IBM Bluemix

Göran KrampeBlogs, Tutorials

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This article will show how you can connect your Evothings app to the IBM Bluemix cloud via a MQTT service within the IBM IoT Foundation. So let’s start with some background information around protocols. If you are impatient you can skip down! Protocols overview In the IoT world there are a few messaging protocols competing for attention, mainly XMPP, CoAP, … Read More

Using the Particle Photon as a wireless game controller

Andreas LundquistBlogs, Tutorials

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Two years ago, Particle (formerly Spark) launched their Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of the Core. It proved to be a fine idea, they got funding and since then we’ve seen a lot of things have changed in the IoT-market. Now the Particle Photon is out, a sequel to the Core, and its a bigger brother in several ways:

Listing Arduino SD file names with Evothings and Ionic

Hammad TariqBlogs, Tutorials

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In this tutorial we will use Ionic Framework together with Evothings Studio to develop an app for listing the filenames in a SD card directory on the Arduino Wifi shield. Evothings Studio is designed for rapidly prototyping IoT apps using JavaScript and HTML. You can also use all the latest front-end JavaScript and HTML5 frameworks on the market, as well … Read More

Eddystone™ – Bluetooth Beacons are getting smarter

Mikael KindborgBlogs, Tutorials

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By Thomas Larnhed Eddystone™ is one of the most interesting developments on the Internet of Things right now. What is Eddystone and what can you do with beacons? Read on to learn more about this new exciting Internet of Things technology that can fit in your pocket and be applied to virtually any place or object around you.