Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK de Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK
This guide contains background information and steps to create applications for your Internet of Things (IoT) board using the Intel® XDK. The Intel XDK, part of the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, lets you create and run Node.js* applications directly on Intel-based IoT platforms. This edition of Intel® XDK also provides templates for creating new applications and offers the...
You can create a secure connection from your Internet of Things (IoT) board to the Intel® XDK using ssh. This secure connection encrypts the communication between your development system and the IoT board. Furthermore, you can prevent anyone who does not have ssh access to your IoT board from gaining access to the app daemon. For steps to update your app daemon software...
Creating a temperature monitoring app using Intel® XDK de Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK
This guide contains steps to take temperature readings with the Grove* - Temperature Sensor and graph the data on a mobile device. The source code used to read sensor data can be found here: https://github.com/gomobile/iotapp-local-temperature. This example uses components from the Grove* - Starter Kit with the Intel® Edison board; if you use different components, your...
Creating a touch monitoring app using Intel® XDK de Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK
This guide contains steps to create a touch monitoring application using an Intel® Galileo board or Intel® Edison board. Users of this app can monitor the status of a touch sensor in a remote location with a companion app on their mobile devices. When the sensor is touched, the companion app displays a notification on the mobile device and a buzzer connected to the board...
This sample creates a very simple web server on the IoT device using the libmraa and libupm libraries for Node.js*. The code uses the light sensor from the Grove* - Starter Kit Plus and serves JSON with the value read together with a simple-minded conversion to lux using linear interpolation.
This is an app to drive a JHD1313M1 LCD display connected via the I2C interface, as found, for example, in the Grove* - Starter Kit Plus. The sample code can be found in the following location: https://github.com/gomobile/iotapp-template-lcd-driver
You can enter command line arguments for use in your IoT application. This provides you with a simple way to input arguments for your code to use. For example, if you have a temperature monitoring application, you can type an argument like -f or -c and have your program change its output to Fahrenheit or Celsius accordingly.