Some content and videos making your IoT life easier with thethings.iO
In this tutorial we are showing you step by step what you need to do to connect your first IoT device with the platform thethings.iO. As you will see, it is easy and quick, and you can do it in 3 minutes.
Learn more here: http://blog.thethings.io/6-steps-to-connect-things-to-the-internet-thethings-io/
This is the first part of a tutorial in which we are going to show you how to build your IoT dashboard and how to customise it easily.
In this step by step video we’re introducing you the creation of widgets, changing sizes and places of them in our IoT dashboard. In addition, we’re explaining how to create 3 different kind of widgets: a Gauge, a Lines graphic and a Value. The example used: a thermostat we’ve recently connected to our platform.
This is the second part of the “Customise your Dashboard with thethings.iO” tutorial (you can find the link to the first part also in the video).
This video shows how to create (step by step) a Sigfox IoT Dashboard with thethings.iO IoT platform.
Find more information here http://blog.thethings.io/sigfox-iot-dashboard-thethingsio-iot-platform/
In this video tutorial we will show you how simple it is to connect your first device by using thethings.io. This video will show you how to get started by walking you through how to create your first product and activate your first thing. The video will also demonstrate how you are able to monitor your thing.
At thethings.iO we help our developers to connect things to the Internet as easy as possible.
Some IoT Use Cases don’t let you send the data to thethings.iO IoT platform using our REST API.
Sometimes you are using a third party connectivity services, such as a LORA platform, a BLE gateway on your phone or even cellular M2M platform. Usually those services let you forward data providing an URL.
To solve this issue with these popular connectivity services, we provide an special endpoint that lets you send the data to thethings.iO IoT platform and parse the data with a Cloud Code function.
Real-time notifications and alerts, usually are common features that are needed in an IoT project. E-mail daily notifications, SMS real-time alerts and even phone calls are possible with services such as Twilio or similar. With thethings.iO it’s very simple!
During this webinar we are going to show you how to connect a Sigfox device to thethings.iO and make a cloud code trigger that launches a phone call in case there is an alarm that needs to be notified. Phone call and SMS will work with Twilio and email with Mailchimp.
Join us to discover thethings.iO, the most simple enterprise IoT platform.