Introduction

 

I have missed the last week’s post due to a number of reasons and this week I am presenting another facet of the TI Platforms. I have been working with the various components of the kit to understand their working and how the code works. In this instalment, I explain Code Composer Studio and the TIREX or TI Resource Explorer. 

 

CCS Cloud

 

Going to https://dev.ti.com/ide/ presents the user with a login form after which Code Composer Studio Cloud is loaded into the web browser. Unlike it’s desktop counter-part, the IDE does not need updating and in my view is perfect for getting started quickly. While working with the Sample Code, I ran into some problems. Instead of writing up a post, I am providing a video with explanation and demo of the code, IDE and the problems faced.

 

 

More work

I am still working on some parts and demo code with limited success. My aim is to provide a novel method of creating an IoT Wearable however there are a number of problems to be solved.

 

  1. Getting all the parts running right.
  2. Write a cordova app for BLE configuration
  3. Get the CC1310 to work with a modified version of MQTT-SN. Yea I’ve tried it but am writing my own gateway in NodeJS and hitting a few snags. Here is where the Protocol Series fits in
  4. Get the BQ25570 to work with a superCap. Issues with my current Lab are not permitting work to happen seamlessly.
  5. Put humpty dumpty together.

 

Lots of head scratching lies ahead. 

 

 

Thanks for reading and happy hacking.

Cheers,

IP