Developing Node.js* IoT Applications with the Intel® XDK

This page contains entry-point links to help you find the information you need to create Node.js* Internet of Things (IoT) apps using the Intel® XDK. This requires that your board boots a supported version of Linux and has installed on it a version of the Node.js runtime engine.

Getting Started with the Intel® XDK

  • Look over these Quick Links to get device-specific help and links for setting up your IoT device.
  • Read the Getting Started Guide to get acquainted with basic features and functionality of the XDK.
  • Learn about working with your device and performing common tasks with the Intel XDK.

Creating Projects: Templates and Example Projects

For an overview of the Intel XDK Projects tab, including the types of projects available, see Using the Projects Tab Overview. For general steps to create, import, and manage projects, see Create, Import, and Manage Intel® XDK Projects. Also feel free to browse the of the code samples and project templates available in the Intel XDK.

Sensors and Actuators

Learn about how to add sensors and actuators to your project, and how to find example code for compatible sensors.

Troubleshooting and FAQs

Look here to find general FAQs about the Intel XDK. Also see the FAQ section on common IoT tasks for issues with connecting your IoT board to the Intel XDK, common error messages, and the Webservice API.

More Useful Links

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