TI SensorTag Starter Guide

Mikael KindborgBlogs, Tutorials

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In this guide you will find everything needed to get started with creating mobile applications in JavaScript for the TI Bluetooth Smart SensorTag. With the SensorTag and Evothings Studio it is very easy to prototype and develop novel mobile IoT applications that can use all sorts of sensor data available to produce many types of applications. Read on to find … Read More

How to make a mobile IoT app for the Facebook Parse data cloud

Mikael KindborgBlogs, Tutorials

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Now you can create mobile apps in JavaScript that communicate with BLE devices and interact with the Facebook Parse data cloud. In this tutorial we will use a Texas Instruments SensorTag to monitor temperature data and send values to the Parse cloud. Read on to learn more about setting up a Parse account and how to use Evothings Studio to … Read More

Hands on guide to building a native JavaScript iBeacon app using Cordova

Mikael KindborgBlogs, Tutorials

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New: Updated for Evothings Studio 2.0. This tutorial shows how to create and build a native iBeacon app written in JavaScript using the Apache Cordova build system. The example app shows how to to range beacons and monitor region enter/exit events. We also explain how to use background notifications on iOS and Android.

Create your own mobile application for the MediaTek Linkit ONE

Andreas LundquistBlogs, Tutorials

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The Internet of Things is a reality. Right now there are an estimate of 19 million developers in the software development industry, of which 19% are involved in IoT and the numbers are growing rapidly. Within a couple of years we will be surrounded by products connected to the Internet. The LinkIt ONE has been developed by MediaTek, a fabless … Read More