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=== Set up the Project ===
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Now you need to build a project to talk to your Bone.  Go to [http://docs.blynk.cc/#getting-started-getting-started-with-the-blynk-app Getting Started With The Blynk App] and follow the steps.
  
=== Set up the Bone ===
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One step 3 (Choose Your Hardware) select '''Generic Board'''.
  
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One Step 5 (Add a Widget) make your button attach to '''Virtual 0'''.
  
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Run the project and when you tap the virtual button on your device, the '''USR3''' LED should respond.
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=== Add a Virtual LED ===
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Add a virtual LED by doing the following.
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# Stop your project by tapping the square in the upper right.
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# Get a new Widget by tapping the '''+''' in the upper right.
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# Scroll down to ''DISPLAYS'' and selecting '''LED'''.
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# Tap the LED and connecting it to Virtual pin '''V10'''.
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# Hit the back arrow on the upper left.
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# Hit the play triangle on the upper right.
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Now when you click a button attached to P9_25, the virtual LED should toggle.
  
 
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Revision as of 05:54, 4 October 2018

thumb‎ Embedded Linux Class by Mark A. Yoder


Blynk is a simple way to control your BeagleBone from a device such as a cellphone.

Installing Blynk

To install Blynk, got to Getting Started with Blynk and follow the first two instructions for installing Blynk on your device and getting the Auth token.

Then on your Bone

bone$ sudo npm install -g onoff blynk-library

npm is a JavaScript package manager. Once loaded you can run the Blynk example.

bone$ cd exercises/iot/blynk
bone$ ./leds.js

Set up the Project

Now you need to build a project to talk to your Bone. Go to Getting Started With The Blynk App and follow the steps.

One step 3 (Choose Your Hardware) select Generic Board.

One Step 5 (Add a Widget) make your button attach to Virtual 0.

Run the project and when you tap the virtual button on your device, the USR3 LED should respond.

Add a Virtual LED

Add a virtual LED by doing the following.

  1. Stop your project by tapping the square in the upper right.
  2. Get a new Widget by tapping the + in the upper right.
  3. Scroll down to DISPLAYS and selecting LED.
  4. Tap the LED and connecting it to Virtual pin V10.
  5. Hit the back arrow on the upper left.
  6. Hit the play triangle on the upper right.

Now when you click a button attached to P9_25, the virtual LED should toggle.




thumb‎ Embedded Linux Class by Mark A. Yoder