How to build and IoT Application with Resin.IO - Part 1
This is the first in a series of tutorials on detailing how to build an Internet of Things (IoT) application with resin.io.
Resin.io is an a modern approach to development and deployment for IoT. It replaces the old practices of building firmware with a new methods that are borrowed from the modern web development. In much the same way say as you’d git push to Heroku, with resin.io you can ‘git push’ your code in the form of a docker container to your linux device/s. In the following screencast I’ll walk you through setting up you resin.io device and pushing your first application.
Instructions 0:31 - If you need to generate your own ssh key follow these instructions.
1:30 - Burning instructions for OSX and LINUX
Burning instructions for Windows
3:45 - $ git clone email@example.com:alexandrosm/hello-python.git
$ cd hello-python $ git remote add resin @git.resin.io:/.git (eg. $ git remote add resin firstname.lastname@example.org:simon/myApp.git)
$ git push resin master
In the next tutorial I’ll run through connecting a sensor to your device and storing data persistently through container updates.
See - Part Two of this Post