Table of Contents
- Table of Contents
- The IoT Gateway Pattern
- Getting Started
- Setting Up Your Prototyping Board
- Hello, IoT World
- Setting Up Azure IoT Hub
- Sending Telemetry to the Cloud
- Visualizing IoT Data
The IoT Gateway Pattern
This is a step-by-step guide to preparing your computer for the Node.js - Connected Weather Station workshop. This can be completed before the workshop.
Setting Up Your Prototyping Board
Setting Up an Arduino
In this lab you will install Firmatta onto your Arduino that will enable communication with the gateway application.
Setting Up a Particle Photon
In this lab you will install Firmatta onto your Particle Photon that will enable communication with the gateway application.
Hello, IoT World
In this lab you will use one of the digital output pins to send a signal to an LED and make it blink (the IoT version of ‘Hello, World!’).
Setting Up Azure IoT Hub
In this lab you will provision a new Azure IoT Hub. Once you have the IoT Hub created, you will be able to create a new Azure IoT device (a software reference to your physical device) that you will use to send telemetry to Azure.
Sending Telemetry to the Cloud
In this lab you will write a Node.js application that runs on a hub (your development machine) and collects data from a development board and sends it up to your Azure IoT Hub.
Visualizing IoT Data
In this lab you have two options for visualizations of IoT data. First option is using Microsoft Power BI and the second is a dashboard hosted in an Azure Web App.