Next steps with Evothings

Alex JonssonUncategorized

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The Evothings adventure in mobile and IoT so far has been both a roller coaster ride – a mixed experience into the land of IoT. We feel we have succeeded well in creating a very useful and fairly unique software toolset. We are also happy to see that an active user community has formed around our tools, and growing steadily … Read More

In discussions with iTunes Review board or Where’s the Viewer for iOS?

Alex JonssonUncategorized

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So where’s the Viewer for iOS? The short version is that it’s temporarily withdrawn from iTunes. Since then, we’ve had a healthy conversation with Apple, and are currently working together with them to augment the Evothings Viewer so it conforms well with their current regulations and expectations on the user’s app experience. In practice, that means that our own viewer … Read More

Collecting smartphone sensor data via PubNub messaging

Hammad TariqUncategorized

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In this tutorial you will learn about using Pubnub realtime data stream network with Evothings Studio for broadcasting sensor data between multiple mobile devices. When we talk about Internet of Things (IoT), we are essentially talking about a network of devices that are connected to each other via internet. Most of the time though, they don’t talk directly, and information … Read More

Hexiwear goes cloudside on Amazon AWS

Alex JonssonUncategorized

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This is a step-by-step tutorial for publishing Hexiwear sensor data onto the Amazon cloud. You’ll need (1) an Amazon AWS account, a PC, Mac or Linux computer, (2) a smartphone with Bluetooth turned on and (3) a Hexiwear device to pass the finish line. Traditionally, it sure takes a while to set up the server-side of this project, while in … Read More

Instrumentation and inspection of hybrid apps

Alex JonssonUncategorized

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What goes on on-board the mobile device during development, prototyping and testing? How can you probe what a bluetooth radio can see in terms of other devices and services? In the Evothings Workbench, there is such an option nowadays, as well as the ability to conditionally inject files into the code running on the phone or tablet for various purposes … Read More