This guide contains common tasks for working with Internet of Things (IoT) projects for the Intel® Developer Kit version of the Eclipse* IDE. The Intel IoT Developer Kit lets you create and test applications on Intel-based IoT platforms.
This guide explains how to install the Intel® IoT Developer Kit version of the Eclipse IDE on a system with Windows*, OS X*, or Linux*. The Intel IoT Developer Kit lets you create and test applications on Intel®-based IoT platforms. It helps you write applications in C and C++ languages and provides two libraries, specially designed for the Intel IoT Developer Kit:
Blinking an LED with the Eclipse* IDE on the Intel® Edison board de Eclipse* IDE Getting Started Guide
This guide will teach you how to run a sample sketch to blink an LED on your Intel® IoT board using the Eclipse IDE. These instructions are geared toward the Intel® Edison module with the Arduino* expansion board or the Intel® Galileo board. Steps for the Intel® Edison module with mini breakout board may vary slightly.
Creating, viewing, and connecting to your board using an SSH connection de Eclipse* IDE Getting Started Guide
You can create a new connection to your Intel® IoT board, connect to your board using an existing connection, and more. For steps, see the appropriate link below:
Updating and selecting update options for the UPM and MRAA libraries de Eclipse* IDE Getting Started Guide
You can check to see whether the UPM and MRAA libraries on your system are in sync with the libraries on your board, specify the repository to update the Eclipse libraries from, and more. For steps, see the appropriate section below:
You can add command-line or run-time parameters and other necessary information to make certain adjustments to your application. Parameters can be an important aspect that allows for adjustment. For example, your project may use an optional parameter to choose which LED to blink, or specify the component and value to send to the cloud via iotkit agent. This section...
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