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Internet Of Things (IoT) implementations usually consist of three parts – the device itself, software that interacts with the device (which usually runs on a mobile platform), and a cloud part that can serve as an intermediary, which may host web apps for controlling the device or dashboards for device data. In this three-part article, I demonstrate an “IoT triad” by developing a simple Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) device, a cross platform mobile application, and data visualization on the cloud. In this first installment of the project, I will focus on the device part.
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