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Zephyr custom shell commands

How to add custom shell commands in Zephyr

The Zephyr shell is a powerful interactive tool, but it's not just for the stock features. You can easily add your own shell commands for setting and checking value, and creating custom readouts for in-depth analysis of what is going on with your IoT devices.
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Golioth is at Embedded World next week

See the Goioth IoT hardware demos at Embedded World next week in Nuremberg, Germany. You'll find us with the Zephyr Exhibits in Hall 4.

Create custom UI for your IoT devices; Golioth was built for this!

Have you tried to use the Golioth Web Console yet? The interface delivers access and control for your entire IoT fleet. This means sending and receiving data in real-time, checking on the state of each device (including current firmware revision),…

Golioth Showcase at ZDS

Golioth is showcasing 4 different "color coded" demos at the Zephyr Developer Summit. This post explains some of the concepts and what you can hope to learn when you stop by.
Making Zephyr menuconfig changes permanent

Zephyr quick tip: Show what menuconfig changed and make changes persistent

Menuconfig allows you to search, select, and enable features in Zephyr with ease. What happens when you want to save your configuration? This post shows you how.

Real-time vs Historic Data Views in Grafana

We often use Grafana for visualizing data from IoT devices. We even wrote a WebSockets plugin for the platform that makes sure you can graph your live data as soon as it arrives on Golioth. But our REST API is also useful with the Grafana platform for visualize historic data.
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How to use Zephyr shell for interactive prototyping with I2C sensors

The Zephyr interactive shell makes it really easy to test out i2c devices before writing any code. This demo shows how to scan for i2c addresses, issue commands directly, and use the sensor shell to poll your devices for all sensor channels available as part of Zephyr's sensor subsystem.

Taking the next step: Debugging with SEGGER Ozone and SystemView on Zephyr

Golioth showcases how to use SEGGER J-Link, Ozone, and SystemView to optimize your Zephyr programs and dig deeper into Real Time Operating Systems.
Using Ethernet with Zephyr

Zephyr does Ethernet Too!

Ethernet support is built in to Zephyr with several different chipsets to choose from. Here's how to add a W5500 Ethernet chip to your project and configure the Zephyr drivers to use it.
Demo culture for remote companies

Demo Culture at Golioth

When most or all of your company works remotely, you need to build your company differently. At Golioth, we have embraced a Demo culture to promote those chance encounters that help teams do amazing things. This article takes a look at how we share our work internally through all stages of development to involve everyone in knowing what's in progress, and to be open to sharing good ideas and creative feedback along the way.