September 9, 2013 in iOS Development (E)
[prMac.com] Albuquerque, New Mexico - Byte Works, Inc. is announcing a 40%-off Sale for techBASIC and techBASIC App Builder to coincide with the O'Reilly Media Webcast "Connecting to Arduino with a WiFly and iPad or iPhone." The sale will end on Saturday, September 14.
"Connecting to Arduino with a WiFly and iPad or iPhone Webcast"
On Wednesday, Sept 11, 2013 at 10 a.m. Pacific time O'Reilly Media will host this free webcast showing participants how to connect an iPhone or iPad to an Arduino using a WiFi bridge.
The Webcast will show:
* How to use a WiFly to establish a wireless serial connection to any device.
* How to use this connection to connect an iPhone or iPad to an Arduino.
* How to use techBASIC to control the Arduino. Participants will:
* Write a simple program to talk to the Arduino via the WiFly.
* See the two-way connection made when physical input is sent from the Arduino back to iOS for processing.
* View the response to the input when commands are sent back to the Arduino.
Interested participants can register for the Free Webcast, or view it in the archive after the event from the O'Reilly Website.
techBASIC is the technical computing environment for the iPhone and iPad. This powerful implementation of the BASIC programming language includes built-in calls making it easy to create apps with interactive graphics, access internal sensors, connect to external devices like Arduino with Bluetooth low energy, and to connect to the Internet via WiFi.
techBASIC App Builder is the companion Macintosh app that gives iOS App Developers the ability to write a program in techBASIC on the iPhone or iPad, compile it under XCode with the techBASIC App Builder, and sell it on the App Store - all without using Objective C.
Device Requirements: iPhone, iPod touch or iPad running iOS 5 or later
Pricing: Available in the iTunes App Store Utilities category for the 40%-off sale price of $8.99 (USD) through Saturday, September 14th.
techBASIC App Builder:
Device Requirements: Xcode running on a Mac. Apps require iOS 5 or higher.
Pricing: Available in the Byte Works website for the 40%-off sale price of $29 (USD) through Saturday, September 14th.
Registration: Sign up on the O'Reilly Website for the Media Event "Connecting to Arduino with a WiFly and iPad or iPhone"
Date of Webcast: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time
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