Sooner or later, as an IoT solution developer you will face the need of providing a graphical user interface (GUI) for your end users.
Keep in mind that you can completely get
inspired by the code of our examples.
These are provided at https://github.com/bosch-io/iot-things-examples/
However, as of now just lean back and create the simplest Thing you can think of, guided by our demo:
- Get yourself a user account - see Register a user.
- Create a thing and watch it at the Inventory browser.
Overview on all demos
Bosch IoT Things provides some tiny demo applications, which can be used without further knowledge of our concepts.
Register Evaluation User
User authentication is one of the main prerequisites in order to use our
Please help yourself and create your own Bosch IoT Permissions instance and a user.
Help for Register a user.
The Inventory Browser demo lists all Things a user is allowed to
Further, it allows to create a new Thing and to simulate values of its “geolocation” feature.
Demo Inventory Browser
Help for Inventory browser
Full code example on GitHub https://github.com/bosch-io/iot-things-examples/tree/master/inventory-browser
Example Data Historian
The Example Data Historian demo collects Things property values, stores them in a separate database, and presents them in a time series chart.
Help for Historian
Full code example on GitHub https://github.com/bosch-io/iot-things-examples/tree/master/historian
Octopus - bidirectional
The Octopus bidirectional demo helps to read data of an Octopus device which is registered at the Bosch IoT Suite and to send messages to control one of its LEDs.
Demo Octopus UI
Full code example on GitHub - Booking the Suite services and connecting the device.
Part 2 - Octopus device control via UI.
XDK Cloud Connectivity
The XDK Cloud Connectivity demo helps to register a Cross-Domain Development Kit (XDK) to the Bosch IoT Suite.