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Hexiwear – connect to the cloud directly over WiFi or 3G network
Posted by Lana Vulic on 12 June 2017 04:03 PM

From now on you can connect to your cloud directly from Hexiwear by sending data over WiFi and 3G networks. No need to use your phone anymore. Right after releasing the Hexiwear firmware in mikroC, we are presenting you with a new, amazing feature, that will make your life easier.

If you haven’t downloaded the new firmware in mikroC, visit the GitHub repository page. One more reason to use the mikroC PRO for ARM compiler.

Set up the parameters

Place Hexiwear on the Docking Station, add WiFi3 click or 3G SARA click, take your phone. This is beginning to sound like a cake recipe.

You can either set the WiFi parameters – network name and password, or set the 3G parameters, and press “SET VALUES”. You can even choose the position of the click on the Docking Station.

Once you set up the parameters you are done, the device will remember them. Open your account and access all the sensor readings from your Hexiwear.

You’ll use the same Wolkabout account as before. With all the sensor data visualized and carefully arranged, you can monitor the data without any trouble.

Click here to download the new version of the firmware.

WiFi 3 click and 3G SARA click

WiFi3 click is a complete self-contained WiFi solution carrying the ESP8266 module with a system on a chip. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply only.

3G SARA click is a mikroBUS™ add-on board with the smallest UMTS/HSPA cellular modem available today – the u-blox U201, from the award-winning SARA series.

For more information see the official Hexiwear page.

Yours sincerely,

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Hexiwear firmware now available in mikroC
Posted by Lana Vulic on 09 June 2017 02:50 PM

Today we are releasing Hexiwear firmware in mikroC. Editing firmware and writing new code for Hexiwear is going to be easier than ever. Our compilers are designed to make your life simpler.
You can now take full advantage of mikroC PRO for ARM, which has more libraries than you can imagine.

All versions of Hexiwear firmware are available on our GitHub repository.

More than 500 libraries at your fingertips

You’ll have access to 500+ libraries, and all the unique features that they offer. All the Hexiwear source code is yours to use and modify. In addition to all the standard libraries like SPI, I2C, and UART, in our compilers, we have more than 300 click board libraries available. Visit Libstock and browse through them.

Try it out. Open your mikroC PRO for ARM compiler. Start a New Project. Choose the MK64 MCU among the options, and you’ll be on your way to edit the firmware of your favorite IoT development tool.

FreeRTOS, newly added to mikroC PRO for ARM, has a blank project option you can use as well. It is the perfect white canvas for implementing your Hexiwear ideas.

For more information on Hexiwear, see the official page.

Yours sincerely,

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Programming Hexiwear in Python
Posted by Lana Vulic on 07 June 2017 12:37 PM

Your favorite IoT development platform is spreading its wings, and moving towards some new territories. It’s really thrilling to watch the progress and growth Hexiwear has achieved. From the beginnings of the Kickstarter campaign to being a five-time award winning development kit. Today, we’re here to announce a new achievement.

Hexiwear officially supported by Zerynth

As of now, Hexiwear is supported by Zerynth and programmable in Python. Our own goal of making products that save your time and allow you to move from prototype to production faster is matched by Zerynth.

If you want to start using Hexiwear with Zerynth Studio, you’ll need the Hexiwear Docking station, to connect the device to your PC.

Python is an easy-to-use programming language, liked by beginners in the field. Zerynth Studio uses it for designing applications in the IoT field. Python was made to be optimized for code readability, so you can write clear code, both for smaller projects and the ones on the larger scale.

Hexiwear and its low power consumption fit this IoT design idea perfectly. The power-efficient Kinetis K64F microcontroller, with the ARM® Cortex®-M4 core and 1024KB of Flash memory, is the engine behind it.

Click here to see the Zerynth post. There you’ll find a code example for Hexiwear you can use.

For more information about Hexiwear, visit the official page.

Yours sincerely,

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