This section contains steps to create a new project in the Intel XDK IoT Edition, with the appropriate code to update your Sphero.
This section contains steps to create a new Twitter app and retrieve the appropriate keys to allow your code to interact with Twitter.
This section contains steps to connect your board to Sphero using Bluetooth*.
This section contains steps to build, upload, and run your code. After completing the steps, the color of your Sphero will change in response to tweets.
This guide contains steps to connect and upload data from your Intel® IoT Platform to the cloud-based analytics system provided on the IoT Analytics site. IoT Analytics allows users to collect and analyze sensor data that the Intel® IoT Developer Kit provides without having to invest in large-scale storage and processing capacity.
Setting up your IoT Analytics account
This section contains steps to create a new administrative account on the IoT Analytics site. An administrative account allows you to register IoT devices, manage alerts, create accounts, and so on.
Installing the local agent on your device
Testing network connectivity
- To test network connectivity, enter the following command (Figure 6):
- If you are trying to connect from behind a firewall with a proxy server, you must add the proxy server to the iotkit-admin configuration. Enter the following command:
iotkit-admin proxy proxy_server port_number
Obtaining and changing the device ID (optional)
This section contains steps to obtain and change the device ID for your IoT device. The device ID is used to identify the device on the My Devices page and should be unique.
Activating your device
This section contains steps to activate your IoT device and confirm that it is registered with your account on the IoT Analytics site.