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Thanks to the rise of the Arduino and open source hardware it is much easier to prototype and built smart devices enabling the Internet of Things. Arduino comes with a useful Integrated Developers Environment (IDE) using Processing, C and C++ programming languages. It is easy to get started with simple projects proof of concepts.
Taking a proof of concept to the next stage involves communication between the Arduino, the mobile device and the cloud. This facilitates configuration, data gathering, and more. The connectivity is what makes the Internet of Things interesting.
Let’s take a look at some options in all the layers of rapidly prototyping an Internet of Things solution powered by Arduino, connecting to Android and iPhone smartphones, and sharing data in the cloud. Looking at the best way to put the pieces together quickly and effectively.