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  • We recently got our hands on the new @particle.io photon! In this #knowyourfunctions tutorial, let's check out how to flash an LED over the cloud using the photon.

The Photon is a $19 tiny Wi-Fi IoT device for creating connected projects and products for the Internet of Things. It's easy to use, it's powerful, and it's connected to the cloud. .
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Basically, we are going to:

Set up the pins as outputs that have LEDs connected to them

Create and register a Particle function (this gets called when you make an API request to it)

Parse the incoming command and take appropriate actions

In console.particle.io, In the devices tab, click on the row for the device you just flashed your code to. On the right-hand side of the screen is a box for functions. There should be one labeled "led". If you type "on" (without the quotes") and click the Call button the LED should turn on.

So we have learned about the cool Particle function and how to use it. What would you like to learn next? Comment below! 🔥
  • We recently got our hands on the new @particle.io photon! In this #knowyourfunctions tutorial, let's check out how to flash an LED over the cloud using the photon.

    The Photon is a $19 tiny Wi-Fi IoT device for creating connected projects and products for the Internet of Things. It's easy to use, it's powerful, and it's connected to the cloud. .
    .
    Basically, we are going to:

    Set up the pins as outputs that have LEDs connected to them

    Create and register a Particle function (this gets called when you make an API request to it)

    Parse the incoming command and take appropriate actions

    In console.particle.io, In the devices tab, click on the row for the device you just flashed your code to. On the right-hand side of the screen is a box for functions. There should be one labeled "led". If you type "on" (without the quotes") and click the Call button the LED should turn on.

    So we have learned about the cool Particle function and how to use it. What would you like to learn next? Comment below! 🔥
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