#WioTerminal – Open / Close the #DigitalTwin Door 🚪 using Wio Terminal buttons and Azure IoT ☁️ + Azure Functions âš¡

Hi ! My current goal is simple: Press Wio Terminal button A will open the Azure IoT Door, press B button will close the door. A demo video is available here: https://twitter.com/elbruno/status/1457822298585669634?s=20 I already wrote about how to use the buttons, however, let’s refresh this. Using Wio Terminal Buttons We need to initialize the buttons,…… Continue reading #WioTerminal – Open / Close the #DigitalTwin Door 🚪 using Wio Terminal buttons and Azure IoT ☁️ + Azure Functions âš¡

#WioTerminal – Display a countdown progress bar 🚥 for the next #AzureIoT ☁️ refresh data call

Hi ! In today’s post I’ll share an scenario about: Display a custom progress bar in the Wio Terminal display. The progress bar is a count down until the next request to the Azure Function interacting with Azure Digital Twin. This is mostly working with strings to create a specific String() that represent the Progress…… Continue reading #WioTerminal – Display a countdown progress bar 🚥 for the next #AzureIoT ☁️ refresh data call

#WioTerminal – Posts to interact with a #DigitalTwin Door 🚪 with Azure IoT ☁️ and Azure Functions

Hi ! Here is the current set of posts on the integration between the Azure IoT door 🚪and my Wio Terminal. References Download Arduino IDEWiki Seeed – HistorgramWiki Seeed – loading Images Wiki Seeed – Installing the File System LibraryWiki Seed – Wifi ConnectivityGitHub – Arduino_JSONWikipedia – X BitMap

#WioTerminal – Display a #DigitalTwin Door 🚪 state using XBitmap with #AzureIoT â˜ï¸.

Hi ! In today’s post I’ll share an scenario about: Display the state of a door (open / closed) using an XBitmap in Wio Terminal. The door state information come from an Azure Function interacting with Azure Digital Twin. In my previous posts I wrote on how to get data from an Azure Function and…… Continue reading #WioTerminal – Display a #DigitalTwin Door 🚪 state using XBitmap with #AzureIoT â˜ï¸.

#WioTerminal – Parsing JSON data from an #Azure ☁️ Function !

Hi ! In today’s post I’ll share an scenario about: Invoke an Azure Function to get JSON data, and Parse the JSON data Yesterday I wrote on how to invoke an Azure Function and get JSON data for my Digital Twin scenario. The response from the function is similar to this one: { “state”: 0,…… Continue reading #WioTerminal – Parsing JSON data from an #Azure ☁️ Function !

#CustomVision – Sort and manage Json response estimation in a single line of code

Hi! On my Custom Vision samples, I usually send an image to a CustomVision.ai HTTP Endpoint, and I process the Json result. The results are very easy to understand, however, I created a C# converter class to help with the Custom Vision results. To create this class I navigate: http://json2csharp.com/, and paste a sample result…… Continue reading #CustomVision – Sort and manage Json response estimation in a single line of code

#VisualStudio – JSON Viewer, excellent extension to work with #JSON contents

Hi! When I’m in debug mode in Visual Studio, I always use several options to view debugging data. Text, XML and JSON are the default data viewers ones that we have in the IDE (as far as I know!). What I do not find in the IDE is an external viewer in JSON format. Lucky…… Continue reading #VisualStudio – JSON Viewer, excellent extension to work with #JSON contents

#VisualStudio – JSON Viewer, excelente extensión para trabajar con contenidos JSON

Buenas! Cuando depuras aplicaciones, Visual Studio nos provee de varias opciones para ver los datos de la depuración. Text, Xml y Json son los visores que tenemos por defecto. Lo que no encuentro de fabrica en el IDE es un visor externo en formato Json. Por suerte, en el MarketPlace de Visual Studio tenemos muchas…… Continue reading #VisualStudio – JSON Viewer, excelente extensión para trabajar con contenidos JSON