If you’re curious about the Internet of Things (IoT) but haven’t yet taken your first steps with it, there’s a basic introductory guide to input and output to help you get started. It outlines the principles of IoT devices, and how you can use the Intel Edison board with light and sound sensors to make automated lights.
If you’re looking for inspiration for the kind of projects you could connect to the Internet, there’s a list of 18 IoT projects here.
Earlier this month, the Intel IoT Developer Kit 3.5 was released, and Intel announced that it will be merging the Intel XDK IoT Edition with the Intel XDK, to create a single tool that can be used for making cross-platform apps for mobile, desktop, and IoT devices.
For more support with building your IoT apps, visit the Internet of Things part of the Intel Developer Zone.
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