Posts Tagged ‘iOS’

O’Reilly webcast: Hacking and Securing iOS Applications

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

O'Reilly is presenting a free webcast by Jonathan Zdziarski on the topic of Hacking and Securing iOS Applications on May 3, 2012, at 1 PM PT. Jonathan is the author of the O'Reilly book by the same title. In this webcast, Jonathan will demonstrate a number of ways to manipulate...

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iOS communicating with Arduino demonstration

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

This video from OSCON, the Open Source Convention, features Alasdair Allen demonstrating the use of Maker Shed’s RedPark Breakout Pack for Arduino and iOS. This demo the Redpark Serial Cable for iOS, which is an Apple-approved cable for connecting your iOS device to almost anything using serial communication. For more...

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Maker Shed kit lets you connect iPhone to Arduino — no jailbreaking!

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

MAKE announces the availability of the Redpark Breakout Pack for Arduino and iOS. This kit includes the only Apple-approved serial interface cable having a DB9 serial connector on one end and the iPhone connector on the other. As MAKE describes it: Exclusively in the Maker Shed, the Redpark Breakout Pack...

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Posted in Arduino, data transfer, Development, hacks | 2 Comments »

Avviso library for Arduino and Processing sends iOS push alerts

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

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,...

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iOS Arduino control app

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

Mike's app melds Apple iOS stuff with an Arduino: I wrote an iOS app find my Arduino over Bonjour and talk to it. It's call Ciao, and the App Store approved it last Thursday. Ciao makes it easy to talk to your Arduino from your iOS device. Load one of...

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Oscium iOS oscilloscope review

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

EDN reviewed the Oscium logic analyzer and oscilloscope for the iPhone/centiPad. It uses the Cypress PSoC 3, which is a CPU+FPGA hybrid. Cool tech, but too closed and pricey for us: The $297.99 device comprehends one analog and four digital channels, touts 5 MHz analog bandwidth and 12 million sample/sec...

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