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Entering command line arguments for your IoT application de Intel® XDK Documentation

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.

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Updating the libmraa and libupm libraries de Intel® XDK Documentation

The Intel® XDK makes use of the libmraa and libupm IoT libraries. The libmraa library, also called the MRAA I/O library, provides a platform-independent API for low-level access to I/O pins and buses on your IoT development board. the libupm library, also called the UPM sensor library, provides a high-level representation of common IoT I/O devices, via the MRAA I/O library for low-level...
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Adding sensors and actuators de Intel® XDK Documentation

Learn how to add sensors and actuators to your IoT Project.

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Creating JavaScript*-based Intel® IoT projects with the Grove* - Starter Kit de Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK

This section contains an introduction to creating JavaScript*-based Intel® IoT projects with the Grove* - Starter Kit Plus: Intel® IoT Edition. To skip to the example code for sensors and actuators, see the appropriate link below:

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Creating a Bluetooth* Low Energy app de Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK

This guide contains steps to create a Bluetooth* Smart/Low Energy (BLE) peripheral application that runs on an Intel® Galileo board or Intel® Edison board. Users of this app can advertise the presence of the board as a BLE peripheral. They can also read and write data via a service with corresponding characteristic.

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Creating a Bluetooth Smart/Low Energy iBeacon application de Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK

This guide contains steps to create a Bluetooth* Smart/Low Energy (BLE) iBeacon* application that runs on an Intel® Galileo board or Intel® Edison board, advertising the board's presence as a BLE device. Once the application is running, you can use a mobile app to scan for and measure the distance between the mobile device and your board. The source code for the BLE...

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Connecting to your board using a serial or SSH connection de Intel® XDK Documentation

The Intel® XDK provides a quick and convenient way to create a serial or SSH session with your board without requiring a separate terminal emulator. This feature gives you command line access to a wide range of functionality useful to any serious developer, such as:

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Creating an application that communicates with your board using Web Sockets de Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK

This simple Node.js* project uses the socket.io Node.js module to enable real-time communication between a client and an Intel® Galileo board or Intel® Edison board. You can use the client-side application provided with this project to view the number of users connected to the board, send text messages between connected users, and turn an LED on the board on ad off.

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Creating an app that uses multiple components: Light sensor, LED, and LCD de Developing Internet of Things Projects with the Intel® XDK

This guide contains steps to create an application that uses multiple input and output components and runs on an Intel® Galileo board or Intel® Edison board. In the IoT DevKit v1 sample, the LCD acts as the central device for displaying messages. The light sensor senses the brightness of its surroundings in lux, the reading is converted to a meaningful string or message,...

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