Make an Apple Watch App to Control An Arduino Premium class

Eduardo Irías, Coffee Friend

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10 Videos (55m)
    • Trailer

      0:58
    • Getting Started With Arduino

      5:32
    • Arduino Code

      5:52
    • Getting Started With Node JS

      8:35
    • Node JS Code

      8:36
    • Server Response Types

      2:30
    • Getting Started With iOS

      4:01
    • Arduino Controller

      7:33
    • iPhone and iPad Code

      4:42
    • Apple Watch Code

      6:37

About This Class

In this class you will how to make an iPhone and Apple Watch App to control an Arduino. We are going to setup a Web Server using Node JS. The server will comunicate with your Arduino and iOS device. You will also learn how to comunicate with your arduino from a Web Page.

Arduino can be used to develop interactive objects, taking inputs from a variety of switches or sensors, and controlling a variety of lights, motors, and other physical outputs.

Node JS is a platform built on Chrome's JavaScript runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications.

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Eduardo Irías

Coffee Friend

I'm a Software engineer from Unitec TGU. 

I work at Estamp World andSquadventure as Game Developer. Most on my experience is on Objective-C Xcode, Lua, Java, C, C++, C#, HTML, CSS, Javascript, Processing, Action Script, PHP, Illustrator, MySql, Maya 3D.

Estamp World is a project I started when I was very young. I develop games under Estamp World Label. I make the concept and gameplay. Then I make the graphics on Illustrator, the animation on flash. Depending the platform target I use a IDE Xcode, Corona SDK or Unity. I have also help other companies technological urgencies, making web or mobile apps.

At Squadventure I have work developing game for Android and IOS. We are currently working on a game, The Lost Chapter. We have also made some projects on augmented reality.