In this section, we will show you examples of implementing key functionality with ARTIK. We'll start by letting you use ARTIK to record and play audio using Linux® commands.
Once you get comfortable with the command line, you can use ARTIK to blink an LED using native (compiled C language) programming, Python scripts, or the Arduino IDE. For an encore, we'll show you how to hook up and read a button as digital input.
We'll then cover General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) pins, including how to wire things up, and show you how to monitor and activate what you've built.
- First exercise – Say Hello!
- Blink an LED
- Read a button
- Using GPIO
- Using ARTIK 710 sensors
- Learn about Node-RED
- Blink an LED through ARTIK Cloud
- Using gesture control
There are more tutorials in our Advanced Concepts section, where we get into the meatier material: writing Web page HTML to interface with your circuits, acquiring data from and sending it to your IoT edge devices using MQTT, and protocols for sending information to the cloud and having it send commands back to your devices.
Come back often – we add more material to the tutorials regularly.