Avviso library for Arduino and Processing sends iOS push alerts

Posted on Sunday, May 15th, 2011 in Arduino, code, Processing by the machinegeek

Mike Colagrosso created Avviso, a Processing and Arduino library for sending push alerts to iOS devices using the Prowl API. This would make projects such as Snail Mail Push Alerts a much easier task because a PHP web server is not needed in the set up. The libraries, example code, and set up guide are available on Github.

This is a cool project with comprehensive explanations helpful for newbies.

Via Make.

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