Evothings Studio 2.0 Beta 2 released!

Alex JonssonBlogs, News

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Stockholm Dec 10, 2015 We’re very happy to announce that Evothings Studio 2.0 beta 2 is available for general access. This is a production-grade release, and we recommend using it for customer work. In fact, development of IoT apps has never been faster, with a growing number of templates and examples for various IoT devices, systems and cloud services.

Hybrid development aiming to bridge the Bluetooth Smart fragmentation gap

Alex JonssonBlogs

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Communicating over Bluetooth Smart is an increasingly common way to connect to hardware using a mobile device, and more specifically one of the few methods which doesn’t require additional network components, wifi hotspots or login credentials. In this article, the objective is to introduce novel ways for developing bluetooth apps for modern smartphones and tables.

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

Writing your first mobile application for the Bluno micro-controller by DFRobot

Andreas LundquistBlogs, Tutorials

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DFRobot is a Shanghai-based company that has launched many different products aimed for hardware engineers for just over six years. In this post we will show you how to write a mobile application for your Bluno – a development board that integrates Arduino Uno hardware with the CC2540 Bluetooth Smart (BLE) chip manufactured by Texas Instruments. We will demonstrate how … Read More