Create Mobile Apps for Android and iOS Connecting to the MKR




This simple project shows how to make an app that controls an Arduino MKR1000 board with Evothings Studio by communicating over the TCP.

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Open arduinowifi.ino in the Arduino development tool.

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3.       Enter the name and password for your WiFi network in arduinowifi.ino.

Upload the program to the MKR1000.

5.       Open the Serial Monitor Window and look for the IP address of the MKR1000. (If the IP address is not displayed, check your WiFi network name and password.)

Create Mobile Apps for Android and iOS Connecting to the MKR schematics

6.       Run Evothings Workbench on your desktop/laptop computer. (If you not install Evothings Workbench, to download click here.)

Run Evothings Viewer on an iOS or Android mobile device and connect to the Workbench.

8.       Launch the example “Arduino LED On/Off TCP” from the Workbench window.

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