Software apps and online services
Wio terminal is a recent product on the market, so, still some IoT libraries are under development, meanwhile, on this research and waiting time, I decide to start the building of a nice UI based on the Mozilla IoT interface design, I hope this give you some ideas (and solutions) of how you can deploy your own dashboard and have hard fun!!Step one: Set up the wio terminal
The step zero is to know your board, install arduino and the board library, here you can find the official documentation of this step.
In the same link, you can find the official deploy of the libraries for many aplications, for this dashboard, I decided to work on Arduino IDE, so the libraries used are:
The installation process is easy, you just download the library from the link as shown in the image:
and after, install on the Arduino IDE, as shown on the image:
Finally, you can test the libraries, with some of the examples on the wikiStep two: Connect the components
Here is not much to say, Grove conections make it simple.
Let's get inside the code
The final step is to download the complete code, play and adapt for your needs, in this example I choose the thermocouple because is widely distributed on many engineering laboratories, but there are a lot of sensors you can use, and the wio terminal has many GPIO ports. I hope you get enough ideas and questions for keeping the life hard fun.