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Physical Web and Web Bluetooth on mbed OS
Jan Jongboom posted this 2 years ago.

.gist, iframe { padding-top: 20px; }One of the questions we’re facing as IoT developers is: ‘how can we make users interact with our devices?’. The standard way of solving that issue for the past few years has been to create an app to accompany your device, but with the vast rise of devices...

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ARM mbed Sponsored Sessions at ARM TechCon 2015
Katie Morgan posted this 2 years ago.

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been a hot topic at ARM TechCon this year. In part due to the large amount of potential growth technologists see in this area for the future. This was evident in terms of the popularity all technical sessions and technology demonstrations from the ARM mbed...

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Helping you build IoT of the future: exciting new products, services and a peek into the future from ARM TechCon 2015
Bee Hayes-Thakore posted this 2 years ago.

“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” —Walt DisneyCloud computing is changing the world, offering businesses and developers alike ways to leverage data in an agile, cost-effective way as IoT...

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Gearing up for ARM TechCon 2015 – ARM mbed Highlights
Katie Morgan posted this 2 years ago.

ARM TechCon is fast approaching and with only less than a week away, we wanted to share some of the ARM mbed highlights to make sure you put them on your calendar.mbed Zone at ARM TechConJoin us at the ARM mbed Zone (Booth #512) on the ARM TechCon show floor from Nov 11-12 in Santa Clara, CA....

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Cloud Integration Gets Simpler
Bee Hayes-Thakore posted this 2 years ago.

ARM mbed welcomes Microsoft Azure IoT integration. Developers can now take advantage of Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT program with the inaugural ARM® mbed Enabled™ Freescale® FRDM-K64F development board.Today companies face an important point of transformation. Business decision makers are...

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Controlling web apps with micro:bit via mbed Device Server
Guest Author posted this 2 years ago.

As an intern with the ARM mbed team this summer, I’ve been working with micro:bit and similar BLE-enabled mbed devices. In particular, I’ve been viewing them as resource-providers that an IoT-aware web app can use for control, displaying output, and so on. This experience has honestly taken me...

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