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Lots of exciting developments lately. Please check our new Microsoft announcements, including advanced AMQP support, Azure IoT Hub integration, and fully integrated ‘All-Azure’ offering with private cloud.

Cheers,

— Terrence

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One of the great things about the Electric Imp platform is the ecosystem of drop-in libraries that allow developers to easily create highly functional and robust applications both on the device and in the cloud.

Examples:

  • Need to integrate with Microsoft Azure? Drop in our Azure IoT Hub library.
  • Need a JSON parser? Leverage our optimized JSON encoder/decoder
  • Need to support a particular device like the CFAx33 LCD/keypad? Use our existing device driver.

These libraries are very popular and we keep making updates and additions based on developer, customer, and partner demand.

Summary of the recent Updates:

  • Autodesk Fusion Connect (previously Autodesk SeeControl): This is a new library released a short while ago that provides integration into the Autodesk Fusion Connect IoT platform.
  • Skyhook Precision Location: Another recently released library that allows you to easily and precisely determine your device location based on WiFi, cellular, and other sources.
  • Microsoft Azure IoT Hub Client: Integration of the Electric Imp platform with Azure IoT Hub and the wider Microsoft IoT platform, the latest release adds performance improvements.
  • AWS Request V4 and AWS Kinesis Firehose: Updated library supporting the latest API versions and compatibility with Dynamo DB.
  • JSON Encoder/Decoder: New library for a small and optimized JSON encoder and decoder. 
  • JS Promises: This library provides the popular JavaScript Promise pattern on the Electric Imp platform, now in version 3.0.0 as a major rewrite with a number of improvements and new features.
  • Electric Imp Factory Tools: Provides support for Electric Imp’s connected manufacturing process, now adding imp Factory Agents. 
  • Electric Imp Bullwinkle and Rocky: Provides a robust communication framework and RESTful API manager, now updated with several optimizations and fixes.
  • Electric Imp Pretty Printer: New library that makes prettified output for application data easy.
  • CFAx33 LCD/keypad: New device driver supporting the CrystalFonts CFAx33 LCD/keypad hardware.

Furthermore, we are working on upcoming libraries for IBM Watson IoT integration, Modbus-RTU support, a USB driver framework, printer drivers, and more.

For a full list of libraries, see here. So, get cranking on that code and stay tuned for more! 😉

Cheers,

— Terrence

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Quick announcement:

We just released the first version of our Microsoft Azure IoT Hub library, which provides drop-in integration between customer’s imp-enabled devices in the field and the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform via the Azure IoT Hub. Read all about it in this blog post or go directly to the Electric Imp Dev Center to check out the code. 

Cheers,

— Terrence

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