Join industry experts for this FREE 4-day online workshop that ran February 6th to 9th. Create connected device projects with open source hardware. Connect several IoT (Internet of Things) devices to a smart network with RAD Server. Publish your RAD Server APIs with YAML and Swagger and share your smart network with the world.
During the course of this Boot Camp, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in these engaging experiences:
Day 1 - Rapidly customize and connect to Arduino based IoT device projects
Day 2 - Using RAD Studio, programmatically connect and configure your own IoT devices (through Bluetooth and app-tethering)
Day 3 - Build an auto-managing connected network of IoT devices that employs a unified REST API—using RAD Server and ThingPoints
Day 4 - Connect to the IoT network with your favorite programming languages, including consuming YAML into Swagger to create code for use in other languages.
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The IoT Boot Camp is powered by RAD Studio (Delphi or C++Builder) + RAD Server + Visuino. You will also want CommunicationLab, InstrumentLab and PlotLab from Mitov Software. Get version 126.96.36.199 or later. [See the checklist]
Visuino is the latest innovative software from Mitov Software. A visual programming environment allowing you to program your Arduino boards. It currently supports the official Arduino boards, ESP8266, Controllino, Goldilocks Analogue, and number of Arduino clones.
It brings rapid application prototyping and developing to the Arduino platform. Combining it with some libraries from Mitov software and Delphi or C++Builder with RAD Server creates a complete IoT solution with connectivity to multiple platforms, devices, data storage and web services.
Thanks to the hard work of Boian Mitov of Visuino and Mitov Software, and the fine folks over at MakerFabs we have an official kit for our boot camp. This kit was designed to work with our boot camp, so you will know you are getting quality compatible components. We may not get to all of these components during the bootcamp, but we will follow up with more materials after the camp to put them to work.
They offer a few shipping options so you should be able to get your package in time. If not, or if you want to only order some of the parts, even from a different vendor, here is the list of parts in the package. The bundled package also includes a nice case and discount.