Programming the Photon by Christopher Rush
Getting Started with the Internet of Things (Tab)

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Quickly start programming and controlling custom electronics projects from the Cloud using the Particle Photon

This hands-on guide offers an introduction to the Internet of Things and features interesting applications for the Particle Photon―the tiny yet powerful electronics development board. Through clear descriptions and step-by-step examples, you will learn how to construct your own devices, program them through the Particle IDE, and control them over the Internet.

Programming the Photon: Getting Started with the Internet of Things thoroughly explains all of the Photon’s features, including I/O ports and shields. Electronics expert and hobbyist Christopher Rush shows, step-by-step, how to attach external hardware, connect to Wi-Fi networks, write Photon applications, and work with Particle Cloud. You’ll discover how to program and control the Photon from any smart phone using the Particle app.

Covers the latest Particle Photon programming tools and techniquesStart-to-finish examples use inexpensive, easy-to-find componentsFeatures downloadable code samples

 

 

About Christopher Rush

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Christopher Rush has a degree in Computer Science and has spent the last 10 years working for Premier Farnell (CPC), an electronics distribution company. He also runs a MakerSpace blog providing tutorials and user guides for popular development boards and accessories, including Raspberry Pi, Arduino, BeagleBone, and others. Chris is the author of 30 BeagleBone Black Projects for the Evil Genius.
 
Published April 8, 2016 by McGraw-Hill Education TAB. 240 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Science & Math.