Bluetooth LE is implemented by many devices already being manufactured and more are coming all the time. By learning the core operations for both the central and peripherals, you are equipped with the knowledge to communicate with these devices or write an app that is a peripheral.
- [Instructor] During this course,…you've learned a lot about BlueTooth LE communication.…You've learned about how centrals scan for devices,…discover them, their services,…and their characteristics…to read and write data to and from.…You also learned about how peripherals…advertise their services…and handle read, write, and notify update requests.…So now I recommend you get out there and do it.…There are many BLE devices on the market,…and I suggest you get one…and try to write a central to connect to it.…
If you can't get your hands on a device,…we've also seen how you can use a Mac project…to create a central or even a peripheral…and then write an iOS app that's the peripheral…or the central.…Whatever device you use,…I recommend you pay attention to the documentation for it.…There's a lot of specifics and details…that can add up to be very important.…I look forward to whatever you create,…and in the meantime,…feel free to keep up with me at brainwashinc.com,…connect with me at LinkedIn,…and follow me on Twitter @brainofbear.…
- Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) basics
- Core Bluetooth key classes
- Scanning for peripherals
- Discovering services and characteristics
- Writing to a characteristic
- Reconnecting to peripherals
- Apps as peripherals
Skill Level Intermediate
1. BLE Basics
2. Scanning, Connecting, and Discovering
3. Writing to a Characteristic
Adding additional features10m 43s
4. An App as a Peripheral
Next steps1m 7s
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