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by Fredrik
18:11, 02 Dec 2015
Forum: General discussion
Topic: How to interpret data coming from the pedometer device
Replies: 7
Views: 19586

Re: How to interpret data coming from the pedometer device

Definitely a Fitbit device. I've searched as far as I can, but they don't seem to like anyone except their own apps talking BLE with their devices.
The only way to get data from a Fitbit device is via the Web API <https://dev.fitbit.com/docs>.
by Fredrik
17:19, 02 Dec 2015
Forum: General discussion
Topic: How to interpret data coming from the pedometer device
Replies: 7
Views: 19586

Re: How to interpret data coming from the pedometer device

Without a list of Service and Characteristic UUIDs, I can only guess. Your device might be running the Running Speed and Cadence service , UUID 0x1814. The most interesting characteristic there would be the RSC Measurement . I hear the FitBits are special though; don't use standard services. There's...
by Fredrik
16:59, 02 Dec 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Can I make apps for Arduino Due?
Replies: 1
Views: 5723

Re: Can I make apps for Arduino Due?

Technically, Evothings can only be used to make apps for mobile devices like iPhone and Android. You would use the Arduino IDE to make apps for Arduinos, Uno and Due alike. We have a number of examples which include Arduino sketches. These sketches are usually tested only on Uno, but as far as I kno...
by Fredrik
16:50, 02 Dec 2015
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Upgrade to Studio 2
Replies: 1
Views: 8841

Re: Upgrade to Studio 2

I assume you are referring to the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Evothings Studio for Windows. We have discontinued the 64-bit build since 64-bit Windows can run 32-bit programs, and 32-bit programs are often at least as fast as their 64-bit counterparts. Please feel free to upgrade to Evothings Stud...
by Fredrik
12:47, 28 Nov 2015
Forum: General discussion
Topic: IMEI number
Replies: 1
Views: 8779

Re: IMEI number

You can't get the IMEI, but I think Cordova's device.uuid does what you need.
by Fredrik
11:15, 27 Nov 2015
Forum: General discussion
Topic: HTTP call from evothings client
Replies: 15
Views: 35291

Re: HTTP call from evothings client

Looks like you're using Amazon S3. They have a guide for enabling CORS.
by Fredrik
09:44, 27 Nov 2015
Forum: General discussion
Topic: HTTP call from evothings client
Replies: 15
Views: 35291

Re: HTTP call from evothings client

Add this to your <head>:

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<script src="cordova.js"></script>
by Fredrik
10:12, 25 Nov 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Evothings on Kindle Fire
Replies: 3
Views: 8111

Re: Evothings on Kindle Fire

We don't have a Kindle Fire, nor do I remember any previous users writing about it. We have not posted Evothings Viewer to the Amazon app store. However, the Kindle Fire is said to be compatible with most Android apps, so you should be able to run our APK file . Some quick googling finds a guide for...
by Fredrik
10:57, 20 Nov 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Different behavior between Evothings Client and native app?
Replies: 4
Views: 16026

Re: Different behavior between Evothings Client and native app?

The Client is a Cordova app. We build it, too, with "cordova build android". In one sense, all Cordova apps are browsers, since they all contain a webview. The Client is perhaps a bit more than most, since it has the address field on the start page and allows fetching pages from any server...
by Fredrik
14:15, 19 Nov 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Trouble getting BLE to work with Cordova app
Replies: 10
Views: 21028

Re: Trouble getting BLE to work with Cordova app

You run your app in xcode, right? Please check the console output (lower middle right in the xcode window) for error messages.

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