There are many situations where we want to use multiple programming environments to to develop our IoT applications, for example,
There are multiple ways to write code for the Intel® Edison (Arduino* IDE, vi, emacs, SFTP, Intel® XDK, etc.), here's how you can do it from your browser!
This guide will teach you how to use GATT profile, by interfacing with the Texas Instruments SensorTag over Bluetooth* Low Energy.
You have assembled your Intel® Edison board, updated to the latest firmware, connected via serial and connected the board to Wi-Fi*. If you need help completing these steps, please refer to the Getting Started Guides.
This HOW TO aims to explain the various ways to get and play sound with an Intel® Edison board.
Only loopback methods will be described, as they are more interactive and let the Edison board behave as a connected device.
If a user wants to playback a sound file, they must use an external A2DP based player connected via Bluetooth.
The 3 ways which will be described are: