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Developer Guide

ARTIK is all about interfaces – not only the standards like Ethernet and USB but IoT networks like Bluetooth®, SigFox®, and ZigBee®. Your challenge as a developer is getting them to talk with and respond to your code. Here are the ARTIK wired and wireless interfaces.

ARTIK 10
1. Audio
2. Bluetooth
3. Ethernet
4. GPIO
5. HDMI
6. MIPI Camera
7. MIPI Display
8. USB 2.0 Host (dual)
9. Serial Debug
10. microSD
11. USB 3.0 Host/Dev
12. Wi-Fi
13. Z-Wave
14. ZigBee/Thread
ARTIK 7
1. Audio
2. Bluetooth
3. Ethernet
4. GPIO
5. HDMI
6. MIPI Camera (under)
7. MIPI Display (under)
7. LVDS Display (top)
8. USB 2.0 Host (dual)
9. Serial Debug (under)
10. microSD (under)
11. USB 2.0 Host/Dev
12. Wi-Fi
13. –
14. ZigBee/Thread
ARTIK 5
1. Audio
2. Bluetooth
3. Ethernet
4. GPIO
5. –
6. MIPI Camera
7. MIPI Display
8. –
9. Serial Debug
10. microSD
11. USB 2.0 Dev
12. Wi-Fi
13. Z-Wave
14. ZigBee/Thread

You'll be controlling these interfaces using the code development methodologies of your choosing. We already introduced command line interface and built-in compiler basics in the first tutorial; this guide will get into more sophisticated tools.

What this guide covers

The discussions in this section focus on developer topics such as connectivity, I/O, deploying binaries, development environments, and software libraries.

Interface Topics

Software Topics


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