Wyliodrin is a development platform that allows building of Internet of Things applications.
With the Wyliodrin platform you can program and control embedded boards without having to:
You can also benefit from the extended documentation (link la documentation) that accompanies the Wyliodrin platform.
To start using the platform you have to go here: www.wyliodrin.com and sign up.
Then you just need to follow the steps presented on the website.
Wyliodrin has a free account that allows you to add a board and create maximum 3 applications.
If that is not enough for you,there are multiple types of accounts you can activate, depending on how you want to use the platform:
Wyliodrin is available worldwide.
Yes, you can. However, you have to acknowledge the fact that the projects you create with that account are public and are deleted on a daily basis.
Currently, Wyliodrin supports Raspberry Pi, Intel Galileo, Intel Edison, UDOO, BeagleBone Black, Arduino (through Raspberry Pi)
No, the tutorials are available to anyone free of charge. You can find them at https://projects.wyliodrin.com/wiki/
Using Wyliodrin cannot damage your board, however, the misuse of electronic parts connected to the board might. That is independent of the platform and Wyliodrin takes no responsibility for any damage arising from such situations.
Wyliodrin can be used anybody, from engineers to artists, hobbyists and even children.
Visual Programming allows you to create applications without having to write the code yourself. You just drag and drop your desired pre-defined application components (blocks) to create the application you want.
For the Wyliodrin cloud platform, the projects are stored in the Cloud and can only be accessed by logging in on the Wyliodrin website.
For Wyliodrin STUDIO, the projects are stored locally, on the computer running the IDE.
The applications are not public. They can be visualised and edited only if you log in. However, applications created as an anonymous user (without signing in) are public.
The applications are automatically saved as you work on them.
Yes, the projects can be downloaded.
Yes, you can run multiple applications at the same time.
Please try the following steps. After each step, check if the board becomes online.
Make sure the name of the signal as used in the “Send signal” application component is the same with the signal on the graph. If they still do not show up, open a shell to your board and type:
redis-cli flushall exit
You can pay by using a PayPal account or, if you prefer bitcoins, by using a BitPay account.
A block is an application component used to create Visual Programming applications. Each element you drag and drop to build your application counts as a block.
A graph is an element that allows you track the values received from the sensors. Each element you drag and drop on your dashboard is a graph.
For most of the applications that use Facebook components, you need an access token. That token has a certain availability. It is possible the token you used has expired, try generating a new one.
Start your board, and when it becomes online select the “Extra ”Extra Libraries” option from the board’s settings menu.
Start your board, and when it becomes online select the “Update Image” option from the board’s settings menu.