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June 30, 2015 AT 2:31 pm

NEW TUTORIAL – Sending Live Sensor Data to iOS with BLE

If you have ever wanted to create an iOS application that interacts with an Arduino project, but didn’t want to take the time to learn Objective-C or Swift, then this project is for you. We will be using Apache Cordova to create an iOS application using HTML and Javascript. If you missed our previous guide about creating a simple iOS weather application, then you may want to check out that guide before continuing with this more advanced Cordova project.

The example application that we will be creating will give visual and audible feedback about the orientation of a BNO055 9-DOF sensor. The sensor data will be sent using a Bluefruit LE UART Friend from a Pro Trinket.

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