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Technical articles on everything in the Internet of Things, from Arduino to Zephyr. Written by developers, for developers.
Learn how to use the card.binary APIs to send and receive files from/to a Micro SD card using the Blues Notecard and Notehub.
Behind the Amplifier is a blog series where we highlight each of our awesome contributors, showcasing what they are working on, and sharing their thoughts on the IoT. This edition features Ben Lim.
Learn how to perform an in-place upgrade from Raspberry Pi Bullseye to Bookworm.
Learn how to make Wi-Fi + cellular simple and secure with the Blues Notecard Cell+WiFi
Learn how to use Arduino/C to read and write images and text files to a Micro SD card.
Learn how to use rapid prototyping to speed up your development process.
Build IoT projects with the Notecard, publish them on Hackster, and get paid!
Behind the Amplifier is a new series where we highlight each of our awesome contributors, showcasing what they are working on, and sharing their thoughts on the IoT.
Blues sees overwhelming interest in the new Notecard LoRa at the Things Conference in Amsterdam.
Create a workflow for continuously improving machine learning models on remote devices.
Everything you need to know about the new Cell+WiFi, WiFi, and LoRa Notecards
Learn about the new features included in the latest Notecard developer firmware release.
With support from Blues.io, I gave a workshop at the Fab23 conference in Bhutan, showcasing the power of TinyML using Blues, even in remote locations.
Explore a creative solution to help prevent human-wildlife conflicts with LoRa and Blues Cellular IoT.
Learn how to make web requests with the Notecard and use Timer Interrupts on Micropython whilst building a clock.
Take a virtual visit to our manufacturing facility to see how Notecard is made.
Notecard uses a JSON API to make IoT application development faster, more intuitive, and more maintainable than developing with AT commands.
Get caught up on some of the most recently released Notehub features.
See a high-level recap of the latest Blues developer survey.
The all new Scoop features a Lithium-Ion Capacitor to provide Notecard with backup power and a lower self-discharge rate than traditional LiPo batteries.
Learn how to add an affordable cellular option to your Raspberry Pi Pico.
Learn more about Waylay and how to integrate it within your IoT solution.
A high-level comparison of Tadiran Li-SOCl2 batteries and Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries.
Use the Blues approach to unit testing in your next embedded C project.
Learn how to get a Zephyr app up and running fast with Blues.
Learn how to use the Notecard to ascertain location information via cell tower and/or Wi-Fi access point triangulation, when GPS is unavailable.
Learn how to build an asset tracking solution that can take GPS readings, and send out alerts when the tracker leaves a configured geofence.
Learn how to add affordable prepaid cellular to an ESP32-based IoT solution
Learn JSONata through a series of examples of the language in action
Learn how to add an affordable cellular option to your Raspberry Pi Zero.
Learn how to perform an in-place upgrade of your Raspberry Pi OS from Buster to Bullseye.
Learn more about using Programmable I/O on the Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller.
You can now encrypt Notecard data before it is securely routed to your cloud application.
Tips and tricks for optimizing the power consumption of a Raspberry Pi to make it a candidate for off-grid remote monitoring.
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