Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing the Bluetooth scanner app, part of Programming the Internet of Things with iOS.
- Okay, it's time to write some code.…First, we're going to build a Bluetooth scanner app,…and then we're going to build a Bluetooth peripheral app.…I've already prebuilt both of these apps,…but I'm going to start with a starting point…and walk you through the building process.…During the testing of the Bluetooth scanner app,…I'm also going to use the final Bluetooth peripheral app.…You can find all of these things in the…example files folder that accompanies this course.…Our Bluetooth scanner app is going to…operate as a Bluetooth LE Central.…Typically, everything you're going to build as a client…application for Internet Things is going to be a Bluetooth…Central, because that's the mode of Bluetooth that…allows you to scan for available devices and interact…by reading and writing data from those devices.…
However, in order to be able to test and prototype devices,…it's often very handy to have an old iPhone 4s or later,…or an iPod Touch, that you can use as a development…platform because you can code those as a Bluetooth…
- Exploring the IoT universe
- Understanding sensors and effectors
- Connecting inputs and outputs
- Connecting to devices via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
- Using Apple iBeacon
- Creating your own things with programmable hardware
- Using IFTTT to program things
- Exploring trends in IoT
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Internet of Things (IoT)
2. Exploring Things
3. Connecting to Things
4. Using Apple iBeacon
5. Creating Things
6. Managing Your Things
7. The Future of IoT
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