Tutorial: Electric Imp Nora Motion & Environment Streamer

I already wrote about Electric Imp releasing an Initial State library and how you can use Electric Imp with an April board and Env Tail to build a cheap and reliable environmental sensor. And how awesome the Electric Imp platform is at connecting to the Internet quickly, securely, and reliably. The only way it could get [&hellip
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Did You Know? Create, Rename Bucket from Shelf

Our Did You Know series brings some of Initial State’s amazing features to attention while giving tips and tricks on how to make the most of them. Did you know that you can now create an event Bucket directly from the Bucket Shelf? Bucket creation is usually a one-time thing, so if you want to shorten your, [&hellip
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Tutorial: Protect Your Girl Scout Cookies with a Raspberry Pi

Admit it. Few things in this world bother you more than when someone opens up your favorite box of Girl Scout cookies and starts devouring that luscious goodness that you look forward to all year. You brainstorm for hours and hours trying figure out where to hide your Somoas, Trefoils, and Thin Mints so no [&hellip
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PubNub Integration with Initial State

PubNub is a service that specializes in low-latency messaging across any device or platform anywhere. With the incredible number of SDKs they provide, it really is possible to add their services to anything. PubNub operates using “channels” on which a device can publish messages and subscribe to messages. Tons of applications can use this model, from [&hellip
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