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Some doc over the system. 2 years 1 week ago #1809

  • asm7100
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Hi cant you make som doc over the system like
under MySensors Driver is
Arduino + NFR24

Under Virtual driver is
xxx

and so on
The project is grate but doc is bad.
And maby som doc to all the tutorals, a tutorial is a step by step on how to do thinks, and then you expect them to work.

Like i say i love this project but the doc is missing big time :-)

Like i cant get my rpi b+ to run the EasyIoT like a service, and that is bad :-)
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Some doc over the system. 2 years 2 days ago #1838

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Hi,
I agree that better documentation would be great.

Have you read comments under Build->Running EasyIoT server as service?
Maybe this will help you:
http://iot-playground.com/2-uncategorised/4-running-easyiot-server-as-service#comment-139
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Some doc over the system. 1 year 9 months ago #2294

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I agree - It is not at all 'easy' to get this up and running.

Some tutorials leave out important steps (like burning fuses on the low power sensor) - Surely more examples and step-by-step instructions to get people started would improve the community and encourage more to join and try it.

As it stands it's only 'easy' if you are an experineced programmer with HW engineering skills as well.

Please, make this available to everyone who shows interest.

I can help a little if you like.
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Some doc over the system. 1 year 8 months ago #2308

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skywatch wrote:
I agree - It is not at all 'easy' to get this up and running.

Some tutorials leave out important steps (like burning fuses on the low power sensor) - Surely more examples and step-by-step instructions to get people started would improve the community and encourage more to join and try it.

As it stands it's only 'easy' if you are an experineced programmer with HW engineering skills as well.

Please, make this available to everyone who shows interest.

I can help a little if you like.

Hi, I agree that some docs are missing. Unfortunately I have limited amount of time - I have also job and family and I'm doing this in my spare time. I've build EasyIoT framework for me and then decide to gave it to other people. I didn't expect that this will grow so fast.. :)
Anyway - right now I'm building new version of EasyIoT framework - architecture and some components will be simplified. In the best case you will be able to build sensor in couple of minutes and it will be "plug and play". Sensor will be automatically displayed in EasyIoT interface. You will be also able to configure how sensor node will be displayed.

If you have any idea how you can help let me know..
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