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Hello for everyone.   After many hours of work, I can show my umbrella project. At begin I want thanks for my wife (for patient) for my friend Jonatan (for 3D printer ) for Daniel Defoe (for very fast realizing my orders), for my young daughter (for permanently hidding device components   )     Introduction ...................................................................... Functionality .................................................................... How it work ...
The Internet of the Backyard Challenge is running from August 13th to November 7th. Previous activity: Blog Summary #000 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Blog Summary #001 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Blog Summary #002 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Blog Summary #003 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Blog Summary #004 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Name Super Awesome Blog Time janisalnis CC3200 IoT Backyard Challenge Tomato Greenhouse Sum ...
And so the IoT Backyard challenge is sadly drawing to a close. Like most engineers, no project is ever really complete as there is always room for improvement and so I feel as if I've only just got started with developing my application. The TI Simplelink CC3200 WiFi Launchpad has proved to be a great MCU board to work with and offers great value and versatility (offers 2 coding methods through CCS or Energia). I am now streaming 18 data points to Plot.ly through their API. I have 2 charts creat ...
Previous post: Energia is out there for CC3200 A summary for Internet of Things roadtest Thanks to Texas Instruments Element 14 for possibility to be a roadtester for Simplelink Wi-Fi CC3200 launchpad. It is a single chip containing  both Wi-Fi connectivity processor and Cortex M4 core ARM processor communicating over internal SPI connection. I have tried to learn programming CC3200 in CCstudio and bloged about every step: Internet connectivity,  analog inputs, I2C, hibernation, ...