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:

Controlling a JavaScript Lunar Lander game on your phone from the Arduino

Alex JonssonBlogs, Tutorials

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Learn how to connect an Arduino with Ethernet connectivity to your smartphone in this developer’s article. You’ll find how to use events from a physical pushbutton and a variable resistor to control the gaming action. Remember Lunar Lander? Lucky for us so did Seb Lee-Delisle, an award-winning digital artist who has put together a strictly non-commercial tribute clone of that … Read More

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

Using extra Cordova plugins with Evothings Studio

Hammad TariqBlogs, Tutorials

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Evothings Client is essentially an app made using Apache Cordova; it works by making use of a number of selected Cordova plugins that mostly cover the needs of today’s IoT developer. These plugins come prepackaged with the Evothings Client that can be downloaded from the app stores. However, there can be a scenario where you need to integrate your own … Read More