INTERNET OF THINGS - IOT
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Cricket provides an easy way to add measurement and action to a project. Adafruit IO provides an easy way to collect data from devices, make some basic decisions based on it, and communicate back to devices. Putting them together by using a Feather with network capabilities opens the gates to some interesting possibilities.
This guide will get you up and running with Adafruit IO - the easiest way to get your project on the web. Learn what hardware is compatible with IO, how to interact with your data, troubleshooting your IO project, available client libraries, and about taking your project to the next-level with IO Plus.
In this guide, I'll take you through the steps necessary to stream your iOS iPhone or iPad sensor data to Adafruit IO using the Swift programming language. iOS mobile devices contains a handful of sensors such as Gyroscopic sensors, a Barometer, Magnetometer and much more. In this guide we'll be sending our Accelerometer sensor data to our Adafruit IO account feed. This guide doesn't require an extensive knowledge of Swift.
If walls could talk. If fridges could email. If toasters could tweet. If garbage cans could blog. If sinks could post stories. If stoves could code. The Internet of Things can be in all the things. Adafruit, Digikey, and Nimbus the Friendly Cloud Entity are here to help you learn how to connect everything you need and nothing you don't.
Schluff is a Yiddish word which means to take a short nap. This project is about finding the ideal environment for quality sleep by monitoring different conditions and biometric data. Ideally, the data from this device would be overlayed with a wrist-based fitness tracker for additional revelations. Schluff records the following: temperature, humidity, light, noise and heart rate. The collected data is sent from a Feather 32u4 (Arduino compatible) over to an iOS device or macOS laptop using BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy). The BLE catchers can save the data locally or relay it up to adafruit.io for storage and graphing.
The ESP8266 based Feather HUZZAH & the HUZZAH ESP8266 breakout are both very popular options for connecting projects to Adafruit IO. In this guide we are going to walk through the setup needed to get your ESP8266 up and running with the Arduino IDE & Adafruit IO. This same basic setup can be used as you progress through our Adafruit IO Basics series of guides.