We are happy to announce the release of the library for the Texas Instruments Launchpads! With this library it just got really easy to connect these devices to thethings.iO. And it is available for the open source IDE “Energia” as well as for “Code Composer Studio”! The first one was tested on the CC3200 launchpad and on the MSP-EXP432P401R Launchpad with the CC3100 booster and the second one was tested on the CC3200 launchpad.
So, let’s get right to it! Here, we assume that you have already worked with the launchpads. If you want more examples or a more step by step introduction, soon we we will publish more detailed tutorials. You can find our API reference at github.com.
Step 1: Create a product at thethings.iO
1.1 Get an account at thethings.iO
If you already have an account you can skip this step.
Click on ‘Details’ of the token you copied in the code:
In the resource section, choose ‘random’:
Then click on ‘Real-time’…
And see the random numbers arriving!
Congratulations!! You just set up your launchpad with thethings.iO! Now it is time for you to make your ideas reality. You can use the thethings.iO library and change one of the examples or start from scratch. You can find our API reference at github.com. Happy coding!