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Webinar # 01: IDE - How to Use
This Webinar is the most introductory one since it presents a quick overview of the Flyport IDE and how to use it for building your fist Flyport application!

It describes all the essential steps, like creating a new project, using the Wizard to set up important parameters, etc. It also demonstrates how to read digital input (like a button event) from Flyport I/Os and also covers the process of downloading the firmware on the Flyport WiFI module

Webinar # 02: Digital I/O
This second Webinar introduces the use of digital I/O for sensing and activating digital devices. It presents the number of digital and analog ports and how they are located on a Flyport module and how they can be used within the code!

The Video also explains the use of Pull-up/Pull-down resistors and how they can be used in a real button switch example!

Webinar # 03: WiFi Management
This Webinar is for the Flyport WiFi module and demonstrates the setting up of WiFi connection profiles, and how to configure a WiFi network connection programmatically!
Video Description and Material
openPicus Labs #01: Wi-Fi Smart Fan

Turn a fan on and off from your smartphone!

This video tutorial describes everything you need to reproduce the WI-FI controlled smart fan functionality you see in the video.

From mounting the components to the entire source code walkthrough. You'll find nothing is missing. Watch it, pause it, rewind it, write your own code while listening to the video, double check your instructions, experiment.

The source code is designed to be copied inside a new empty Grove project. Just configure your Flyport WiFi with the Wizard, include the web pages from the IDE, compile, and see it working.

DOWNLOAD -> Source code
Video Description and Material
openPicus Labs #02: GPRS Gate Opener

Open a gate, or turn on or off an appliance from the other side of the world with a simple phone call. Flyport GPRS recognizes the caller ID without answering (zero cost!) and activates a relay.

This video tutorial describes everything you need to reproduce the functionality you see in the video.

There is a short introduction of about two minutes showing you exactly the kind of functionality you can get out of this project, then the video will show all the components used and a detailed walkthrough of the entire source code.

Find the source at the link below, it is designed to be copied inside a new empty Grove project. All you need to do is just copy the two source files in your new GPRS+Grove project folder, enter your own mobile phone number to be recognized, compile and program your Flyport GPRS.

DOWNLOAD -> Source code


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