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Evothings Studio in 60 seconds

Download Evothings Studio, install Evothings Viewer on your mobile phone, and run your first IoT app within minutes!

Get started quickly with Evothings Studio

Say hello to Evothings Studio

Dive into the Evothings Studio documentation and learn about the fast workflow of Evothings Workbench and Evothings Viewer.

Read on to get started with rapid IoT app development

Evothings Studio Starter Guide

Comprehensive guide to getting started with Evothings Studio, with pointers to documentation and resources.

Learn about Evothings Studio

Bluetooth Low Energy Starter Guide

Learn how to make mobile apps that communicate with Bluetooth Low Energy devices (also known as BLE, Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth Smart).

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API Overview and Documentation

Listing of JavaScript APIs for IoT apps. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), Eddystone, iBeacon and more.

Go to the API documentation

Mobile Apps for Microcontrollers

In this Starter Guide we look at how to make mobile apps that communicate with microcontrollers like Arduino, RedBearLab, LinkIt One, ESP8266, and many more.

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Eddystone™ and beacons for the Physical Web

Get started with mobile apps for Eddystone beacons and the Physical Web in 5 minutes!

Show me Eddystone

iBeacon Starter Guide

What you need to know to get started with coding iBeacon apps that run on iOS and Android.

Learn how to make iBeacon apps

Communicating with the Cloud (MQTT and more)

Learn how to communicate with IoT Cloud providers from your mobile app.

Show me how to use IoT cloud services

Cordova™ Starter Guide

How to build a native IoT app with the apache Cordova build system. Learn how to package an app developed with Evothings Studio that is ready to publish on Apple App Store and Google Play.

Read more about building native apps