Raspberry Pi And The IoT In C - Input And Interrupts
There is no doubt that input is more difficult than output. When you need to drive a line high or low you are in command of when it happens but input is in the hands of the outside world. If your program isn't ready to read the input or if it reads it at the wrong time then things just don't work. What is worse is that you have no idea what your program was doing relative to the event you are trying to capture - welcome to the world of input.
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Just like software, it's useful to prototype and validate your IoT project quickly. Unfortunately, not all businesses have a bench of electrical engineers and embedded software developers on staff. That’s why Google has teamed up with Seeed Studio and Beagleboard.org to bring us the BeagleBone Green Wireless IoT Developer prototyping kit for Google Cloud Platform (GCP).Click For more
Cayenne is an online IoT dashboard that takes most of the complication out of creating hardware-oriented programing. Originally it worked with just the Raspberry Pi. Now it is available for the Arduino as well.Click For more
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