IoT Sensor Kit
The Nordic Thingy:52™ is an easy-to-use prototyping platform, designed to help in building prototypes and demos, without the need to build hardware or even write firmware. It is built around the nRF52832 Bluetooth 5 SoC.
All sensors and actuators can be configured over-the-air using Bluetooth Low Energy. It makes it possible to create demos and prototypes without starting from scratch. It connects to Bluetooth LE-enabled smart phones, tablets, laptops and similar devices, and it sends/receives data from/to its sensors/actuators to an app or cloud. It includes an NFC antenna, and has 1 button and 1 RGB LED that simplifies input and output.
This reposotory provides a library and a sample app for iOS that can be used to configure and use your Thingy:52 device.
The sample app may also be downloaded from iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nordic-thingy/id1187887000?mt=8
target 'YourAppTargetName' do use_frameworks! pod 'IOSThingyLibrary', '~> 1.5.0' end
import IOSThingyLibraryand begin working on your project
github "NordicSemiconductor/IOS-Nordic-Thingy" ~> 1.5.0
carthage update --platform iOS
This library comes with a very powerful opensource example app that you may download on the app store or try it directly using cocoapods, to try the Thingy App right now, go to your favorite terminal and type:
pod try IOSThingyLibrary
Xcode will launch with the example app, simply build and run!
Note: This Library is built with Swift 5.1, even though Obj-C is compatible out of the box, we prefer to put all our focus forward into Swift 5 and above.