Alykhan Lalani, Erin Sapp and Judson Frampton win Basis watches for answering challenge questions using Mashery APIs
I have produced a set of 6 Node.js sample applications for Intel Edison / Galileo and Intel XDK. Grab them off of git, import into Intel XDK (assuming you have the latest, IOT enabled XDK version) and replace the XXXXX with your API keys.
Intel Edison is a tiny computer for building compelling #inteliot hardware hacks. This is a quick intro on how to pair Edison with Intel XDK over a local network.
Getting Started Tips:
First, download Intel XDK and set it up. Previously, the Intel XDK IoT Dev Kit was not enabled by default and you had to follow the following instructions to make it appear:
The instructions for getting Intel Edison on Wi-Fi are here. Again, if you are on a public network with isolation mode enabled, this probably will not work. If you are on OSX, skip to these directions. Further note, if you are using the “mini-board” (pictured above), the Arduino blink sketch will not work so skip it.
Open XDK (assuming you have the IOT dev kit option) and select “IoT Device” in the bottom area after creating a new template project using the above mentioned IoT template.
If both Edison and your computer are on the same local network, you should be able to pair and deploy Node.js code to Edison wirelessly.
Just wrote my first LinkedIn article about my thoughts on Intel Edison.
Use: dd if=x of=/dev/rdiskX instead of /dev/diskX
Spent the last week back-to-back at MHacks, flew to SF and then did three straight days at Intel’s IDF 14 conference in SF. Met so many people, had so many conversations (sent and received several thousand emails) and took a lot of great pictures. Can’t wait to go home tomorrow and sleep in my own bed.