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Getting Started with the ESP32, Golioth, and Zephyr

The ESP32 is a great way to get up and running quickly on Golioth. This article, and the accompanying video, walks through the process of provisioning an ESP32, installing the Zephyr RTOS toolchain, then loading and running your firmware.
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Program your microcontrollers from WSL2 with USB support

Microsoft has finally added USB support to WSL and I’ve been testing this long-awaited feature as part of my Windows development workflow. Today I will walk you through the basic steps of programming an embedded device over USB using WSL.
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Better IoT design patterns: Desired state vs. actual state

With a bit of planning, you can make sure that your IoT devices stay in sync with the cloud and behave in a predictable way for your users. The concept uses a "desired state" that is watched by the device for changes from the cloud. The device then reports back its actual state as a separate collection of data.

Using GitHub Actions and Golioth to Automatically Deploy IoT Firmware

What if your IoT firmware deployments happened automatically just by typing 'git push'? Lead Engineer Alvaro Viebrantz talks about a sample project that compiles and delivers firmware to eligible devices automatically using Golioth and GitHub Actions.

Thread network device management using Golioth

Watch Golioth showcase a Zephyr-based device running OpenThread and the Golioth SDK connecting to the internet via a Border Router. Golioth manages the connection and handles data going to and from the nRF52840 based node.
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Golioth will be at the Zephyr Developer Summit

The Zephyr Developer Summit (ZDS) is coming up June 7th-9th 2022 in Mountain View California at the Computer History Museum. Golioth will be there and we're very excited to interact with fellow users, developers, and stakeholders in the open…
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A hardware company is very different from an IoT device company

Producing a connected device is very different from producing traditional electronics. In essence you need to transform your hardware-based business into a hardware and software-as-a-service business. This challenge is tremendous and you need to know what to expect before taking the plunge into IoT.
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Golioth and Datacake enable device data visualization with a few clicks

Golioth has partnered with Datacake to make it easy to stream data from Golioth devices to beautiful visualization panels on the web. Showcase your IoT data with Datacake!

Adding an Out-of-Tree sensor driver to Zephyr

Sensor drivers sometimes need to live outside of the Zephyr tree, for privacy or maintenance reasons. This post shows how to operate a sensor driver "Out-Of-Tree", and in the process, showcases how sensor drivers work.

ESP32 + ESP-AT Enables Connectivity On Any Zephyr Project

The ESP32 can be used as an AT modem. This approach makes it really easy to add an internet connection to devices that normally don't have one, like the Nordic nRF52840DK.