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https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Using-ESP32-GPIO-Pins-with-Zephyr.png 1080 1920 Mike Szczys https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Golioth_Logo_CoralWhite_RGB-1-320x127.png Mike Szczys2022-01-11 07:43:592023-11-17 09:16:51How to Set Up ESP32 GPIO Pins in Zephyr
Getting your ESP32 GPIO pins working with Zephyr is easy, and using a devicetree overlay file to do so makes it painless to change pins (or even boards/architectures) in the future. Today we're looking at a simple overlay file for the ESP32…
https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/WebSockets.png 1080 1920 Chris Gammell https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Golioth_Logo_CoralWhite_RGB-1-320x127.png Chris Gammell2021-12-17 09:01:222022-07-27 07:51:52WebSockets are the real-time data pipe for your next IoT project
The new WebSockets feature on Golioth allows users to stream data out to external services, such as visualization platforms and web apps. This includes showing "real-time" data from sources on embedded devices, such as sensors. Let's look at…
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Team members Lachlan and Chris discuss an implementation of a Rust code sample with Golioth and the Nordic Semiconductor nRF9160. There is a demo of the code working in the video attached below. What is Rust? Rust is a high-level, general-purpose…
https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/PlatformIO_Arduino.png 1080 1920 Chris Gammell https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Golioth_Logo_CoralWhite_RGB-1-320x127.png Chris Gammell2021-12-09 12:46:562023-01-10 09:53:12Trying out Golioth with PlatformIO and Arduino Core
Note: The arduino-sdk repository showcased in this post is deprecated. GoliothLabs has two experimental repositories that may work as replacements: Golioth ESP-IDF with Arduino as a component Golioth PlatformIO/Arduino Demo In…
https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/OFB.png 1080 1920 Jonathan Beri https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Golioth_Logo_CoralWhite_RGB-1-320x127.png Jonathan Beri2021-11-17 18:40:152022-09-15 10:38:18Golioth is now “open for business”
Golioth is now "open for business", after a successful beta program. New users can sign up for a free Dev Tier account and access the wide range of IoT services Golioth provides.
https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/OrganizingThousands.png 1080 1920 Chris Gammell https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Golioth_Logo_CoralWhite_RGB-1-320x127.png Chris Gammell2021-11-16 12:00:302021-11-17 14:30:35Organizing thousands of connected devices
Golioth tags make large deployments more manageable, offering different insights into where and how IoT devices can be accessed and updated.
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Vit Prajzler, CTO of Golioth, explains the concept of a Pre-Shared Key (PSK) and how it lends a simple but flexible amount of security for prototypes on the Golioth network. IoT prototypes on the Golioth platform are "Secure by default".
https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Zephyr-Menuconfig.png 1080 1920 Chris Gammell https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Golioth_Logo_CoralWhite_RGB-1-320x127.png Chris Gammell2021-11-09 13:01:212024-01-26 11:03:28Troubleshoot Zephyr Like A Pro With Menuconfig
Troubleshooting high complexity systems like Zephyr requires more thorough tools. Menuconfig allows users to see the layers of their system and adjust settings without requiring a complete system recompilation. Zephyr expert Marcin shows how he uses this tool for troubleshooting.
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Embedded software developers regularly have to maintain a development environment and toolchain for their target product or chipset. Traditional methods are stuck in the past. Golioth is trying new experiments to improve overall developer experience.
https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/DFU_E2E.png 1080 1920 Alvaro Viebrantz https://blog.golioth.io/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Golioth_Logo_CoralWhite_RGB-1-320x127.png Alvaro Viebrantz2021-10-28 08:30:212022-07-27 07:52:22Provisioning IoT Devices with Zephyr, MCUmgr, and Golioth
Every IoT device needs to provision devices that are going to be available in the field. Golioth leverages open standards and updates devices securely. We show you how using Bluetooth, Golioth, Zephyr, and MCUmgr.