Dialog IoT Sensor Starter Guide

Dialog SemiconductorStarter Kits, Tutorials

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The SmartBond™ IoT Sensor Development Kit makes developing motion and environmental sensing applications easy. Merging cutting-edge Bluetooth® Smart hardware, sensors and sensor fusion software, it enables the world’s lowest power 12 Degrees-of-Freedom (DoF) wireless sensor module. Highly integrated, it cuts system size and cost and includes all essential hardware and software to speed creation of advanced IoT devices. This complete … Read More

Evothings does MQTT with VerneMQ or EMQTT

Göran KrampeBlogs, Tutorials

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This is a followup article to Evothings does MQTT with Bluemix. This time we make the same application run but using our own MQTT server, showing how to get going with both VerneMQ and EMQTT using a real certificate from Letsencrypt.org. I also tried to use MQTT.js instead of the Paho library we used previously but I eventually gave up, … Read More

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:

Develop your IoT app using Ionic Framework and Evothings Studio

Hammad TariqBlogs, Tutorials

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In this tutorial you will learn about the Ionic Framework, and how to use Evothings Studio for rapid development of IoT apps running on modern smartphones. When we develop HTML5-based mobile apps, we can either roll our own code or choose between a number HTML frameworks and libraries, high-level libraries offering easier develop mobile-optimized user interfaces and native­-like functionality. The … Read More