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DTSh – A Devicetree viewer for Zephyr

Chris Duf, author of the DTSh tool, writes about how to better visualize your Devicetree in Zephyr and troubleshoot hard-to-find bugs in a Zephyr project.
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Understanding Your Golioth Usage

Today we are launching a new feature in the Golioth console: usage visualization. All Golioth users can now access real-time usage data, broken down by project and service, on the settings page for organizations in which they are an admin. This…
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Modbus Vibration Monitor: A Golioth Reference Design

The Modbus Vibration Monitor Reference Design allows you to immediately start talking to industrial devices using the Modbus protocol
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The Hard Thing About Abstraction

This is an excerpt from our bi-monthly newsletter. You can sign up for future newsletters here. Our lives are built on abstraction. It is what allows us build things much faster than we previously could. A person, or a group of people, decides…

Storing Golioth credentials on the nRF9160 using TLS Tags

Nordic's nRF9160 cellular modem includes a great peripheral called the Key Management Unit (KMU). This secure key storage mechanism lets you write keys to it which cannot be read back. However, they can still be used for DTLS authentication.…
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Announcing General Availability of Support for Zephyr RTOS in Golioth’s Firmware SDK

Back in September, we released beta support for Zephyr RTOS in the Golioth Firmware SDK, as an additional option alongside our existing standalone Zephyr SDK. Today, we’re excited to remove the beta tag and announce full support for Zephyr…

Enabling power regulators automatically at boot in Zephyr

Zephyr has a lot of tricks up its sleeve and most recently I used it to enable power regulators on a custom Golioth board. Perhaps the most interesting part of this is that it can be done entirely with the configuration code, without needing…

USB support in WSL2 – now with a GUI!

Almost two years ago I wrote a guide on how to interface with USB devices from WSL2 because many of our users were developing on Windows but wanted to use Linux-native tools for projects like Zephyr. I've heard from countless devs thanking me…

You Can Build It Yourself…But Should You?

This is an excerpt from our bi-monthly newsletter. You can sign up for future newsletters here. I’m a car guy…well sort of; more of a gearhead than someone who obsesses over the luxury amenities or posh and circumstances of the high-end…

Zephyr Training is now Anytime, Anywhere thanks to Codespaces

For more than a year, Golioth has been hosting free Zephyr training. We're going to keep doing that. But the news today is that you can learn from our Zephyr course anytime, anywhere using Codespaces. Ze...what? IoT devices usually need a…