Dual sensor tags, connected to the same smartphone

Alex JonssonBlogs, Tutorials

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This tutorial demonstrates how to connect two BLE sensor devices, and chart accelerometer data to a single iOS or Android smartphone. We’re extending the accelerometer example to serve two peripheral devices, an older TI SimpleLink CC2541 and a newer Simplelink CC2650, also from Texas Instruments. All the code you’ll need is found below, and released under an open (Apache v2) … Read More

Pushing sensor data onto AWS from scratch in 15 minutes

Alex JonssonBlogs, Tutorials

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In this exciting tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a mobile app in JavaScript using Evothings Studio, that sends data from a sensor device to the cloud and back home using Amazon’s AWS Lambda and DynamoDB. By clever use of scripts and dynamic web tools, both for configuring the cloud services and for hooking up a Bluetooth-enabled sensor, live data … Read More

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