This section contains steps to install Bonjour* Print Services, which is required for Windows OS systems. Bonjour enables the Intel XDK IoT Edition to automatically detect IoT devices installed on your network.
This section contains steps to connect the Intel XDK IoT Edition to your development board manually if the software does not automatically detect your baord. At the end of the section, you will see a confirmation message containing the connection status for your board.
Connect to your Intel® IoT Platform
This section contains steps to connect the Intel XDK IoT Edition to your Intel Galileo board or Intel Edison board. At the end of the section, you will see a confirmation message containing the connection status for your board.
This section describes how to run your sample application. By the end of the section, you should see the LED on your development board blink on and off.
Figure 10 - Intel XDK IoT Edition
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