Building Internet of Things Projects with Arduino IOT Cloud

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Course Description

In this course you will learn about the NEW Arduino IoT Cloud Platform that allows you to easily build Internet of Things (IoT) applications and projects that connect to the Cloud.

Go from Zero to Hero and learn how to quickly build secure Internet of Things (IoT) apps and dashboards using Arduino that connect to the Cloud.


What you will Learn

In this course, you will learn:

  • A basic understanding of what is the Internet of Things

  • IoT Terminology

  • What is the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform

  • How to setup your Arduino MKR boards to connect to the Arduino IoT Cloud

  • How to use the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform to build IoT apps with minimal code

  • How to build dashboards to monitor your Internet of Things (IoT) projects , peripherals and sensors

  • How to incorporate Webhooks in your Internet of Things (IoT) Applications

  • How to use the If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate services into your IoT Applications

  • How to use Arduino MKR Boards to prototype Internet of Things (IoT) Projects

  • Securely connecting your Internet of Things (IoT) device to the Cloud

  • The ins and outs of the Arduino Web Editor


What you will Build

We will start with basics by building simple Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud projects such as:

  • Controlling an LED from the Cloud

  • Taking Analog Readings

  • Detecting events from IoT devices like a button push in the Cloud

We will progress to advanced projects such as:

  • Creating a motion sensor alarm circuit that calls your cell phone when motion is detected

  • Creating a self-regulating temperature controlled system

You will also learn how to build Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards with little to no code to monitor your Things and Properties from the Cloud!


Who this course is for:

  • Students

  • Internet of Things (IoT) Hobbyists

  • Electronics Hobbyists

  • Electrical Engineers

  • Makers

  • Tinkerers

What previous knowledge should I have:

  • A basic understanding of Arduino

  • A basic understanding of Programming (C preferred)

  • Be willing to learn


Why is the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform important?

We all know and love Arduino Platform for tinkering and building prototypes. But when it comes to building IoT projects that connect to the internet, using Arduino by itself gets messy.

Here are some of the challenges with Building IoT Apps with simple flavors of Arduino Boards :

  • You need to use an Arduino board that has Wifi built-in or use additional modules like the ESP8266 or ESP32 to enable internet connectivity

  • You have to worry about how to secure connections to the internet from IoT devices to prevent hackers from intercepting your IoT data

  • Connecting to the Cloud is also challenging as you have to write custom code to handle integrations

  • Building Dashboards to monitor and control your IoT apps requires writing additional custom code and programming and this can get messy very quickly


The Arduino IoT Cloud was created to solve these issues.

The Arduino IoT Cloud allows you to:

  • Easily, Securely and Seamlessly build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) projects that connect directly with the Cloud

  • Quickly allow Arduino MKR Boards to connect securely connect to the Cloud

  • Create WebHooks to easily connect backend APIs and Services to your Internet of Things (IoT) Projects

  • Monitor your projects in real-time by creating dashboards and widget with a few mouse clicks

Join the Arduino IoT Cloud Bootcamp Course today and learn to build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) apps that connect to the Cloud the easy way!

Check out the free preview lectures and I will see you in the course!

Who this course is for:

  • Arduino makers that want to learn about the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform
  • IoT Hobbyists
  • Students
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Electronics Hobbyists
  • Makers
  • Tinkerers

Instructor

Electrical and Software Engineer, University Instructor
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 3,739 Reviews
  • 40,145 Students
  • 7 Courses

Lee holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science.

He has taught at Universities on topics ranging from Software Development to Electrical Engineering and prototyping. He likes coming up with new ideas and prototyping them using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms.

His passion for innovation has resulted in several wins in Hack Day competitions. He is a US Patent holder and has numerous US Patent Applications currently being reviewed. He tries to understand how the latest technolgy can be used to solve business problems and challenges in creative ways.

His hobby is Arduino and the Internet of Things. He has been playing around with the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi platforms since their inception, and he uses his Electrical Engineering background coupled with software development skills to create and develop exciting projects.

He prefers a hands-on, project-based learning approach and uses his teaching background to make concepts fun and entertaining, while at the same time educational and informative.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Build working IoT Projects that connect to the Cloud Learn how to use the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform Learn how to use the MKR WiFi 1010 Arduino Board Build Arduino IoT Applications in the Cloud Build Dashboards for your IoT Applications with minimal code Use If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate Webhooks into your IoT Applications Curated for the Udemy Business collection Course content 11 sections • 58 lectures • 4h 45m total length Expand all sections Introduction 6 lectures • 17min Please Watch - What to expect in this course Preview 06:25 What is the Internet of Things? Preview 03:10 What is the Arduino IoT Cloud? 03:35 Understanding Arduino IoT Cloud Terminology 03:18 Parts List for the Course Preview 00:17 Getting Project Files and Resources for the Course 00:04 Setup your account and board 5 lectures • 21min Overview of the Setup Process 01:57 Creating a free Arduino IoT Cloud Account 01:42 Using the Arduino Desktop IDE or the Arduino Web Editor 02:55 Installing the Arduino Create Plugin and Setting up your Arduino MKR Board 10:25 Overview of the Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 04:26 First Project - Controlling an LED from the Cloud 6 lectures • 18min Controlling an LED from the Cloud - Project Overview Preview 00:59 Wiring the Circuit 04:06 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:11 Making Code changes 06:39 Update : Widgets Tab has been changed to Dashboards 01:41 Testing it out 02:18 Reviewing the Project Files, Web Editor and Code 3 lectures • 25min Reviewing Project Files 06:05 An Overview of the Web Editor 10:04 Detailed Code Review for our LED Project 08:53 Taking Analog Readings 5 lectures • 18min Taking Analog Readings - Project Overview Preview 00:56 Wiring the Circuit 03:31 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 04:43 Making Code changes 06:03 Testing it out 02:56 Detecting external events like a Button Press 7 lectures • 27min Detecting External Events - Project Overview Preview 00:53 Wiring the Circuit 05:17 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:51 Making Code changes 07:21 Testing it out 01:52 Using a Third Party Library to handle Debouncing 06:57 Testing our Debouncing Changes 02:12 Creating a Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone when it is Tripped 9 lectures • 54min Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone - Project Overview Preview 01:23 Wiring the Circuit 08:41 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:41 Making Code changes 09:30 Testing out the Alarm 03:40 Overview of If This Then That (IFTTT) 04:22 Enabling an Applet on IFTTT 07:35 Creating an IoT Webhook to IFTTT 12:35 Testing our Custom IoT IFTTT Applet 03:41 Measuring Temperature and Humidity with a DHT-22 Sensor 5 lectures • 24min Measuring Temperature and Humidity - Project Overview Preview 00:49 Wiring the Circuit 04:38 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 04:33 Making Code Changes 08:33 Testing it Out 05:56 Creating a Temperature-Controlled Self Regulating System 10 lectures • 1hr 17min Temperature-Controlled Self Regulation IoT Project - Overview Preview 01:37 Using a Transistor as a Switch to Control our Fan 05:39 Parts Needed for the Project 01:56 Reviewing the Circuit Diagram 03:08 Wiring the Circuit 13:13 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 06:12 Reviewing the Dashboard that will be created for the project 06:34 Reviewing the Algorithm that we will use for our Project Code 08:33 Making Code Changes 18:51 Testing it out 11:12 Closing 1 lecture • 1min Closing Comments 00:20 1 more section Requirements Basic knowledge of Arduino Basic understanding of any programming language (C Programming Language preferred) Basic knowledge of Cloud Concepts Willingness to learn Description In this course you will learn about the NEW Arduino IoT Cloud Platform that allows you to easily build Internet of Things (IoT) applications and projects that connect to the Cloud. Go from Zero to Hero and learn how to quickly build secure Internet of Things (IoT) apps and dashboards using Arduino that connect to the Cloud. What you will Learn In this course, you will learn: A basic understanding of what is the Internet of Things IoT Terminology What is the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform How to setup your Arduino MKR boards to connect to the Arduino IoT Cloud How to use the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform to build IoT apps with minimal code How to build dashboards to monitor your Internet of Things (IoT) projects , peripherals and sensors How to incorporate Webhooks in your Internet of Things (IoT) Applications How to use the If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate services into your IoT Applications How to use Arduino MKR Boards to prototype Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Securely connecting your Internet of Things (IoT) device to the Cloud The ins and outs of the Arduino Web Editor What you will Build We will start with basics by building simple Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud projects such as: Controlling an LED from the Cloud Taking Analog Readings Detecting events from IoT devices like a button push in the Cloud We will progress to advanced projects such as: Creating a motion sensor alarm circuit that calls your cell phone when motion is detected Creating a self-regulating temperature controlled system You will also learn how to build Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards with little to no code to monitor your Things and Properties from the Cloud! Who this course is for: Students Internet of Things (IoT) Hobbyists Electronics Hobbyists Electrical Engineers Makers Tinkerers What previous knowledge should I have: A basic understanding of Arduino A basic understanding of Programming (C preferred) Be willing to learn Why is the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform important? We all know and love Arduino Platform for tinkering and building prototypes. But when it comes to building IoT projects that connect to the internet, using Arduino by itself gets messy. Here are some of the challenges with Building IoT Apps with simple flavors of Arduino Boards : You need to use an Arduino board that has Wifi built-in or use additional modules like the ESP8266 or ESP32 to enable internet connectivity You have to worry about how to secure connections to the internet from IoT devices to prevent hackers from intercepting your IoT data Connecting to the Cloud is also challenging as you have to write custom code to handle integrations Building Dashboards to monitor and control your IoT apps requires writing additional custom code and programming and this can get messy very quickly The Arduino IoT Cloud was created to solve these issues. The Arduino IoT Cloud allows you to: Easily, Securely and Seamlessly build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) projects that connect directly with the Cloud Quickly allow Arduino MKR Boards to connect securely connect to the Cloud Create WebHooks to easily connect backend APIs and Services to your Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Monitor your projects in real-time by creating dashboards and widget with a few mouse clicks Join the Arduino IoT Cloud Bootcamp Course today and learn to build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) apps that connect to the Cloud the easy way! Check out the free preview lectures and I will see you in the course! Who this course is for: Arduino makers that want to learn about the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform IoT Hobbyists Students Electrical Engineers Electronics Hobbyists Makers Tinkerers Show more Show less Instructor Lee Assam Electrical and Software Engineer, University Instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 3,739 Reviews 40,145 Students 7 Courses Lee holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science. He has taught at Universities on topics ranging from Software Development to Electrical Engineering and prototyping. He likes coming up with new ideas and prototyping them using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms. His passion for innovation has resulted in several wins in Hack Day competitions. He is a US Patent holder and has numerous US Patent Applications currently being reviewed. He tries to understand how the latest technolgy can be used to solve business problems and challenges in creative ways. His hobby is Arduino and the Internet of Things. He has been playing around with the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi platforms since their inception, and he uses his Electrical Engineering background coupled with software development skills to create and develop exciting projects. He prefers a hands-on, project-based learning approach and uses his teaching background to make concepts fun and entertaining, while at the same time educational and informative. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? 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  2. Learn how to use the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform Learn how to use the MKR WiFi 1010 Arduino Board Build Arduino IoT Applications in the Cloud Build Dashboards for your IoT Applications with minimal code Use If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate Webhooks into your IoT Applications Curated for the Udemy Business collection Course content 11 sections • 58 lectures • 4h 45m total length Expand all sections Introduction 6 lectures • 17min Please Watch - What to expect in this course Preview 06:25 What is the Internet of Things? Preview 03:10 What is the Arduino IoT Cloud? 03:35 Understanding Arduino IoT Cloud Terminology 03:18 Parts List for the Course Preview 00:17 Getting Project Files and Resources for the Course 00:04 Setup your account and board 5 lectures • 21min Overview of the Setup Process 01:57 Creating a free Arduino IoT Cloud Account 01:42 Using the Arduino Desktop IDE or the Arduino Web Editor 02:55 Installing the Arduino Create Plugin and Setting up your Arduino MKR Board 10:25 Overview of the Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 04:26 First Project - Controlling an LED from the Cloud 6 lectures • 18min Controlling an LED from the Cloud - Project Overview Preview 00:59 Wiring the Circuit 04:06 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:11 Making Code changes 06:39 Update : Widgets Tab has been changed to Dashboards 01:41 Testing it out 02:18 Reviewing the Project Files, Web Editor and Code 3 lectures • 25min Reviewing Project Files 06:05 An Overview of the Web Editor 10:04 Detailed Code Review for our LED Project 08:53 Taking Analog Readings 5 lectures • 18min Taking Analog Readings - Project Overview Preview 00:56 Wiring the Circuit 03:31 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 04:43 Making Code changes 06:03 Testing it out 02:56 Detecting external events like a Button Press 7 lectures • 27min Detecting External Events - Project Overview Preview 00:53 Wiring the Circuit 05:17 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:51 Making Code changes 07:21 Testing it out 01:52 Using a Third Party Library to handle Debouncing 06:57 Testing our Debouncing Changes 02:12 Creating a Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone when it is Tripped 9 lectures • 54min Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone - Project Overview Preview 01:23 Wiring the Circuit 08:41 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:41 Making Code changes 09:30 Testing out the Alarm 03:40 Overview of If This Then That (IFTTT) 04:22 Enabling an Applet on IFTTT 07:35 Creating an IoT Webhook to IFTTT 12:35 Testing our Custom IoT IFTTT Applet 03:41 Measuring Temperature and Humidity with a DHT-22 Sensor 5 lectures • 24min Measuring Temperature and Humidity - Project Overview Preview 00:49 Wiring the Circuit 04:38 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 04:33 Making Code Changes 08:33 Testing it Out 05:56 Creating a Temperature-Controlled Self Regulating System 10 lectures • 1hr 17min Temperature-Controlled Self Regulation IoT Project - Overview Preview 01:37 Using a Transistor as a Switch to Control our Fan 05:39 Parts Needed for the Project 01:56 Reviewing the Circuit Diagram 03:08 Wiring the Circuit 13:13 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 06:12 Reviewing the Dashboard that will be created for the project 06:34 Reviewing the Algorithm that we will use for our Project Code 08:33 Making Code Changes 18:51 Testing it out 11:12 Closing 1 lecture • 1min Closing Comments 00:20 1 more section Requirements Basic knowledge of Arduino Basic understanding of any programming language (C Programming Language preferred) Basic knowledge of Cloud Concepts Willingness to learn Description In this course you will learn about the NEW Arduino IoT Cloud Platform that allows you to easily build Internet of Things (IoT) applications and projects that connect to the Cloud. Go from Zero to Hero and learn how to quickly build secure Internet of Things (IoT) apps and dashboards using Arduino that connect to the Cloud. What you will Learn In this course, you will learn: A basic understanding of what is the Internet of Things IoT Terminology What is the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform How to setup your Arduino MKR boards to connect to the Arduino IoT Cloud How to use the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform to build IoT apps with minimal code How to build dashboards to monitor your Internet of Things (IoT) projects , peripherals and sensors How to incorporate Webhooks in your Internet of Things (IoT) Applications How to use the If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate services into your IoT Applications How to use Arduino MKR Boards to prototype Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Securely connecting your Internet of Things (IoT) device to the Cloud The ins and outs of the Arduino Web Editor What you will Build We will start with basics by building simple Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud projects such as: Controlling an LED from the Cloud Taking Analog Readings Detecting events from IoT devices like a button push in the Cloud We will progress to advanced projects such as: Creating a motion sensor alarm circuit that calls your cell phone when motion is detected Creating a self-regulating temperature controlled system You will also learn how to build Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards with little to no code to monitor your Things and Properties from the Cloud! Who this course is for: Students Internet of Things (IoT) Hobbyists Electronics Hobbyists Electrical Engineers Makers Tinkerers What previous knowledge should I have: A basic understanding of Arduino A basic understanding of Programming (C preferred) Be willing to learn Why is the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform important? We all know and love Arduino Platform for tinkering and building prototypes. But when it comes to building IoT projects that connect to the internet, using Arduino by itself gets messy. Here are some of the challenges with Building IoT Apps with simple flavors of Arduino Boards : You need to use an Arduino board that has Wifi built-in or use additional modules like the ESP8266 or ESP32 to enable internet connectivity You have to worry about how to secure connections to the internet from IoT devices to prevent hackers from intercepting your IoT data Connecting to the Cloud is also challenging as you have to write custom code to handle integrations Building Dashboards to monitor and control your IoT apps requires writing additional custom code and programming and this can get messy very quickly The Arduino IoT Cloud was created to solve these issues. The Arduino IoT Cloud allows you to: Easily, Securely and Seamlessly build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) projects that connect directly with the Cloud Quickly allow Arduino MKR Boards to connect securely connect to the Cloud Create WebHooks to easily connect backend APIs and Services to your Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Monitor your projects in real-time by creating dashboards and widget with a few mouse clicks Join the Arduino IoT Cloud Bootcamp Course today and learn to build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) apps that connect to the Cloud the easy way! Check out the free preview lectures and I will see you in the course! Who this course is for: Arduino makers that want to learn about the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform IoT Hobbyists Students Electrical Engineers Electronics Hobbyists Makers Tinkerers Show more Show less Instructor Lee Assam Electrical and Software Engineer, University Instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 3,739 Reviews 40,145 Students 7 Courses Lee holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science. He has taught at Universities on topics ranging from Software Development to Electrical Engineering and prototyping. He likes coming up with new ideas and prototyping them using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms. His passion for innovation has resulted in several wins in Hack Day competitions. He is a US Patent holder and has numerous US Patent Applications currently being reviewed. He tries to understand how the latest technolgy can be used to solve business problems and challenges in creative ways. His hobby is Arduino and the Internet of Things. He has been playing around with the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi platforms since their inception, and he uses his Electrical Engineering background coupled with software development skills to create and develop exciting projects. He prefers a hands-on, project-based learning approach and uses his teaching background to make concepts fun and entertaining, while at the same time educational and informative. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? 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  3. Learn how to use the MKR WiFi 1010 Arduino Board Build Arduino IoT Applications in the Cloud Build Dashboards for your IoT Applications with minimal code Use If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate Webhooks into your IoT Applications Curated for the Udemy Business collection Course content 11 sections • 58 lectures • 4h 45m total length Expand all sections Introduction 6 lectures • 17min Please Watch - What to expect in this course Preview 06:25 What is the Internet of Things? Preview 03:10 What is the Arduino IoT Cloud? 03:35 Understanding Arduino IoT Cloud Terminology 03:18 Parts List for the Course Preview 00:17 Getting Project Files and Resources for the Course 00:04 Setup your account and board 5 lectures • 21min Overview of the Setup Process 01:57 Creating a free Arduino IoT Cloud Account 01:42 Using the Arduino Desktop IDE or the Arduino Web Editor 02:55 Installing the Arduino Create Plugin and Setting up your Arduino MKR Board 10:25 Overview of the Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 04:26 First Project - Controlling an LED from the Cloud 6 lectures • 18min Controlling an LED from the Cloud - Project Overview Preview 00:59 Wiring the Circuit 04:06 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:11 Making Code changes 06:39 Update : Widgets Tab has been changed to Dashboards 01:41 Testing it out 02:18 Reviewing the Project Files, Web Editor and Code 3 lectures • 25min Reviewing Project Files 06:05 An Overview of the Web Editor 10:04 Detailed Code Review for our LED Project 08:53 Taking Analog Readings 5 lectures • 18min Taking Analog Readings - Project Overview Preview 00:56 Wiring the Circuit 03:31 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 04:43 Making Code changes 06:03 Testing it out 02:56 Detecting external events like a Button Press 7 lectures • 27min Detecting External Events - Project Overview Preview 00:53 Wiring the Circuit 05:17 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:51 Making Code changes 07:21 Testing it out 01:52 Using a Third Party Library to handle Debouncing 06:57 Testing our Debouncing Changes 02:12 Creating a Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone when it is Tripped 9 lectures • 54min Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone - Project Overview Preview 01:23 Wiring the Circuit 08:41 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:41 Making Code changes 09:30 Testing out the Alarm 03:40 Overview of If This Then That (IFTTT) 04:22 Enabling an Applet on IFTTT 07:35 Creating an IoT Webhook to IFTTT 12:35 Testing our Custom IoT IFTTT Applet 03:41 Measuring Temperature and Humidity with a DHT-22 Sensor 5 lectures • 24min Measuring Temperature and Humidity - Project Overview Preview 00:49 Wiring the Circuit 04:38 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 04:33 Making Code Changes 08:33 Testing it Out 05:56 Creating a Temperature-Controlled Self Regulating System 10 lectures • 1hr 17min Temperature-Controlled Self Regulation IoT Project - Overview Preview 01:37 Using a Transistor as a Switch to Control our Fan 05:39 Parts Needed for the Project 01:56 Reviewing the Circuit Diagram 03:08 Wiring the Circuit 13:13 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 06:12 Reviewing the Dashboard that will be created for the project 06:34 Reviewing the Algorithm that we will use for our Project Code 08:33 Making Code Changes 18:51 Testing it out 11:12 Closing 1 lecture • 1min Closing Comments 00:20 1 more section Requirements Basic knowledge of Arduino Basic understanding of any programming language (C Programming Language preferred) Basic knowledge of Cloud Concepts Willingness to learn Description In this course you will learn about the NEW Arduino IoT Cloud Platform that allows you to easily build Internet of Things (IoT) applications and projects that connect to the Cloud. Go from Zero to Hero and learn how to quickly build secure Internet of Things (IoT) apps and dashboards using Arduino that connect to the Cloud. What you will Learn In this course, you will learn: A basic understanding of what is the Internet of Things IoT Terminology What is the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform How to setup your Arduino MKR boards to connect to the Arduino IoT Cloud How to use the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform to build IoT apps with minimal code How to build dashboards to monitor your Internet of Things (IoT) projects , peripherals and sensors How to incorporate Webhooks in your Internet of Things (IoT) Applications How to use the If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate services into your IoT Applications How to use Arduino MKR Boards to prototype Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Securely connecting your Internet of Things (IoT) device to the Cloud The ins and outs of the Arduino Web Editor What you will Build We will start with basics by building simple Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud projects such as: Controlling an LED from the Cloud Taking Analog Readings Detecting events from IoT devices like a button push in the Cloud We will progress to advanced projects such as: Creating a motion sensor alarm circuit that calls your cell phone when motion is detected Creating a self-regulating temperature controlled system You will also learn how to build Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards with little to no code to monitor your Things and Properties from the Cloud! Who this course is for: Students Internet of Things (IoT) Hobbyists Electronics Hobbyists Electrical Engineers Makers Tinkerers What previous knowledge should I have: A basic understanding of Arduino A basic understanding of Programming (C preferred) Be willing to learn Why is the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform important? We all know and love Arduino Platform for tinkering and building prototypes. But when it comes to building IoT projects that connect to the internet, using Arduino by itself gets messy. Here are some of the challenges with Building IoT Apps with simple flavors of Arduino Boards : You need to use an Arduino board that has Wifi built-in or use additional modules like the ESP8266 or ESP32 to enable internet connectivity You have to worry about how to secure connections to the internet from IoT devices to prevent hackers from intercepting your IoT data Connecting to the Cloud is also challenging as you have to write custom code to handle integrations Building Dashboards to monitor and control your IoT apps requires writing additional custom code and programming and this can get messy very quickly The Arduino IoT Cloud was created to solve these issues. The Arduino IoT Cloud allows you to: Easily, Securely and Seamlessly build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) projects that connect directly with the Cloud Quickly allow Arduino MKR Boards to connect securely connect to the Cloud Create WebHooks to easily connect backend APIs and Services to your Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Monitor your projects in real-time by creating dashboards and widget with a few mouse clicks Join the Arduino IoT Cloud Bootcamp Course today and learn to build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) apps that connect to the Cloud the easy way! Check out the free preview lectures and I will see you in the course! Who this course is for: Arduino makers that want to learn about the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform IoT Hobbyists Students Electrical Engineers Electronics Hobbyists Makers Tinkerers Show more Show less Instructor Lee Assam Electrical and Software Engineer, University Instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 3,739 Reviews 40,145 Students 7 Courses Lee holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science. He has taught at Universities on topics ranging from Software Development to Electrical Engineering and prototyping. He likes coming up with new ideas and prototyping them using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms. His passion for innovation has resulted in several wins in Hack Day competitions. He is a US Patent holder and has numerous US Patent Applications currently being reviewed. He tries to understand how the latest technolgy can be used to solve business problems and challenges in creative ways. His hobby is Arduino and the Internet of Things. He has been playing around with the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi platforms since their inception, and he uses his Electrical Engineering background coupled with software development skills to create and develop exciting projects. He prefers a hands-on, project-based learning approach and uses his teaching background to make concepts fun and entertaining, while at the same time educational and informative. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? 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  4. Build Arduino IoT Applications in the Cloud Build Dashboards for your IoT Applications with minimal code Use If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate Webhooks into your IoT Applications Curated for the Udemy Business collection Course content 11 sections • 58 lectures • 4h 45m total length Expand all sections Introduction 6 lectures • 17min Please Watch - What to expect in this course Preview 06:25 What is the Internet of Things? Preview 03:10 What is the Arduino IoT Cloud? 03:35 Understanding Arduino IoT Cloud Terminology 03:18 Parts List for the Course Preview 00:17 Getting Project Files and Resources for the Course 00:04 Setup your account and board 5 lectures • 21min Overview of the Setup Process 01:57 Creating a free Arduino IoT Cloud Account 01:42 Using the Arduino Desktop IDE or the Arduino Web Editor 02:55 Installing the Arduino Create Plugin and Setting up your Arduino MKR Board 10:25 Overview of the Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 04:26 First Project - Controlling an LED from the Cloud 6 lectures • 18min Controlling an LED from the Cloud - Project Overview Preview 00:59 Wiring the Circuit 04:06 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:11 Making Code changes 06:39 Update : Widgets Tab has been changed to Dashboards 01:41 Testing it out 02:18 Reviewing the Project Files, Web Editor and Code 3 lectures • 25min Reviewing Project Files 06:05 An Overview of the Web Editor 10:04 Detailed Code Review for our LED Project 08:53 Taking Analog Readings 5 lectures • 18min Taking Analog Readings - Project Overview Preview 00:56 Wiring the Circuit 03:31 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 04:43 Making Code changes 06:03 Testing it out 02:56 Detecting external events like a Button Press 7 lectures • 27min Detecting External Events - Project Overview Preview 00:53 Wiring the Circuit 05:17 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:51 Making Code changes 07:21 Testing it out 01:52 Using a Third Party Library to handle Debouncing 06:57 Testing our Debouncing Changes 02:12 Creating a Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone when it is Tripped 9 lectures • 54min Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone - Project Overview Preview 01:23 Wiring the Circuit 08:41 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:41 Making Code changes 09:30 Testing out the Alarm 03:40 Overview of If This Then That (IFTTT) 04:22 Enabling an Applet on IFTTT 07:35 Creating an IoT Webhook to IFTTT 12:35 Testing our Custom IoT IFTTT Applet 03:41 Measuring Temperature and Humidity with a DHT-22 Sensor 5 lectures • 24min Measuring Temperature and Humidity - Project Overview Preview 00:49 Wiring the Circuit 04:38 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 04:33 Making Code Changes 08:33 Testing it Out 05:56 Creating a Temperature-Controlled Self Regulating System 10 lectures • 1hr 17min Temperature-Controlled Self Regulation IoT Project - Overview Preview 01:37 Using a Transistor as a Switch to Control our Fan 05:39 Parts Needed for the Project 01:56 Reviewing the Circuit Diagram 03:08 Wiring the Circuit 13:13 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 06:12 Reviewing the Dashboard that will be created for the project 06:34 Reviewing the Algorithm that we will use for our Project Code 08:33 Making Code Changes 18:51 Testing it out 11:12 Closing 1 lecture • 1min Closing Comments 00:20 1 more section Requirements Basic knowledge of Arduino Basic understanding of any programming language (C Programming Language preferred) Basic knowledge of Cloud Concepts Willingness to learn Description In this course you will learn about the NEW Arduino IoT Cloud Platform that allows you to easily build Internet of Things (IoT) applications and projects that connect to the Cloud. Go from Zero to Hero and learn how to quickly build secure Internet of Things (IoT) apps and dashboards using Arduino that connect to the Cloud. What you will Learn In this course, you will learn: A basic understanding of what is the Internet of Things IoT Terminology What is the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform How to setup your Arduino MKR boards to connect to the Arduino IoT Cloud How to use the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform to build IoT apps with minimal code How to build dashboards to monitor your Internet of Things (IoT) projects , peripherals and sensors How to incorporate Webhooks in your Internet of Things (IoT) Applications How to use the If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate services into your IoT Applications How to use Arduino MKR Boards to prototype Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Securely connecting your Internet of Things (IoT) device to the Cloud The ins and outs of the Arduino Web Editor What you will Build We will start with basics by building simple Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud projects such as: Controlling an LED from the Cloud Taking Analog Readings Detecting events from IoT devices like a button push in the Cloud We will progress to advanced projects such as: Creating a motion sensor alarm circuit that calls your cell phone when motion is detected Creating a self-regulating temperature controlled system You will also learn how to build Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards with little to no code to monitor your Things and Properties from the Cloud! Who this course is for: Students Internet of Things (IoT) Hobbyists Electronics Hobbyists Electrical Engineers Makers Tinkerers What previous knowledge should I have: A basic understanding of Arduino A basic understanding of Programming (C preferred) Be willing to learn Why is the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform important? We all know and love Arduino Platform for tinkering and building prototypes. But when it comes to building IoT projects that connect to the internet, using Arduino by itself gets messy. Here are some of the challenges with Building IoT Apps with simple flavors of Arduino Boards : You need to use an Arduino board that has Wifi built-in or use additional modules like the ESP8266 or ESP32 to enable internet connectivity You have to worry about how to secure connections to the internet from IoT devices to prevent hackers from intercepting your IoT data Connecting to the Cloud is also challenging as you have to write custom code to handle integrations Building Dashboards to monitor and control your IoT apps requires writing additional custom code and programming and this can get messy very quickly The Arduino IoT Cloud was created to solve these issues. The Arduino IoT Cloud allows you to: Easily, Securely and Seamlessly build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) projects that connect directly with the Cloud Quickly allow Arduino MKR Boards to connect securely connect to the Cloud Create WebHooks to easily connect backend APIs and Services to your Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Monitor your projects in real-time by creating dashboards and widget with a few mouse clicks Join the Arduino IoT Cloud Bootcamp Course today and learn to build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) apps that connect to the Cloud the easy way! Check out the free preview lectures and I will see you in the course! Who this course is for: Arduino makers that want to learn about the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform IoT Hobbyists Students Electrical Engineers Electronics Hobbyists Makers Tinkerers Show more Show less Instructor Lee Assam Electrical and Software Engineer, University Instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 3,739 Reviews 40,145 Students 7 Courses Lee holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science. He has taught at Universities on topics ranging from Software Development to Electrical Engineering and prototyping. He likes coming up with new ideas and prototyping them using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms. His passion for innovation has resulted in several wins in Hack Day competitions. He is a US Patent holder and has numerous US Patent Applications currently being reviewed. He tries to understand how the latest technolgy can be used to solve business problems and challenges in creative ways. His hobby is Arduino and the Internet of Things. He has been playing around with the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi platforms since their inception, and he uses his Electrical Engineering background coupled with software development skills to create and develop exciting projects. He prefers a hands-on, project-based learning approach and uses his teaching background to make concepts fun and entertaining, while at the same time educational and informative. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? 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  5. Build Dashboards for your IoT Applications with minimal code Use If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate Webhooks into your IoT Applications Curated for the Udemy Business collection Course content 11 sections • 58 lectures • 4h 45m total length Expand all sections Introduction 6 lectures • 17min Please Watch - What to expect in this course Preview 06:25 What is the Internet of Things? Preview 03:10 What is the Arduino IoT Cloud? 03:35 Understanding Arduino IoT Cloud Terminology 03:18 Parts List for the Course Preview 00:17 Getting Project Files and Resources for the Course 00:04 Setup your account and board 5 lectures • 21min Overview of the Setup Process 01:57 Creating a free Arduino IoT Cloud Account 01:42 Using the Arduino Desktop IDE or the Arduino Web Editor 02:55 Installing the Arduino Create Plugin and Setting up your Arduino MKR Board 10:25 Overview of the Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 04:26 First Project - Controlling an LED from the Cloud 6 lectures • 18min Controlling an LED from the Cloud - Project Overview Preview 00:59 Wiring the Circuit 04:06 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:11 Making Code changes 06:39 Update : Widgets Tab has been changed to Dashboards 01:41 Testing it out 02:18 Reviewing the Project Files, Web Editor and Code 3 lectures • 25min Reviewing Project Files 06:05 An Overview of the Web Editor 10:04 Detailed Code Review for our LED Project 08:53 Taking Analog Readings 5 lectures • 18min Taking Analog Readings - Project Overview Preview 00:56 Wiring the Circuit 03:31 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 04:43 Making Code changes 06:03 Testing it out 02:56 Detecting external events like a Button Press 7 lectures • 27min Detecting External Events - Project Overview Preview 00:53 Wiring the Circuit 05:17 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:51 Making Code changes 07:21 Testing it out 01:52 Using a Third Party Library to handle Debouncing 06:57 Testing our Debouncing Changes 02:12 Creating a Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone when it is Tripped 9 lectures • 54min Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone - Project Overview Preview 01:23 Wiring the Circuit 08:41 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:41 Making Code changes 09:30 Testing out the Alarm 03:40 Overview of If This Then That (IFTTT) 04:22 Enabling an Applet on IFTTT 07:35 Creating an IoT Webhook to IFTTT 12:35 Testing our Custom IoT IFTTT Applet 03:41 Measuring Temperature and Humidity with a DHT-22 Sensor 5 lectures • 24min Measuring Temperature and Humidity - Project Overview Preview 00:49 Wiring the Circuit 04:38 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 04:33 Making Code Changes 08:33 Testing it Out 05:56 Creating a Temperature-Controlled Self Regulating System 10 lectures • 1hr 17min Temperature-Controlled Self Regulation IoT Project - Overview Preview 01:37 Using a Transistor as a Switch to Control our Fan 05:39 Parts Needed for the Project 01:56 Reviewing the Circuit Diagram 03:08 Wiring the Circuit 13:13 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 06:12 Reviewing the Dashboard that will be created for the project 06:34 Reviewing the Algorithm that we will use for our Project Code 08:33 Making Code Changes 18:51 Testing it out 11:12 Closing 1 lecture • 1min Closing Comments 00:20 1 more section Requirements Basic knowledge of Arduino Basic understanding of any programming language (C Programming Language preferred) Basic knowledge of Cloud Concepts Willingness to learn Description In this course you will learn about the NEW Arduino IoT Cloud Platform that allows you to easily build Internet of Things (IoT) applications and projects that connect to the Cloud. Go from Zero to Hero and learn how to quickly build secure Internet of Things (IoT) apps and dashboards using Arduino that connect to the Cloud. What you will Learn In this course, you will learn: A basic understanding of what is the Internet of Things IoT Terminology What is the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform How to setup your Arduino MKR boards to connect to the Arduino IoT Cloud How to use the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform to build IoT apps with minimal code How to build dashboards to monitor your Internet of Things (IoT) projects , peripherals and sensors How to incorporate Webhooks in your Internet of Things (IoT) Applications How to use the If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate services into your IoT Applications How to use Arduino MKR Boards to prototype Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Securely connecting your Internet of Things (IoT) device to the Cloud The ins and outs of the Arduino Web Editor What you will Build We will start with basics by building simple Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud projects such as: Controlling an LED from the Cloud Taking Analog Readings Detecting events from IoT devices like a button push in the Cloud We will progress to advanced projects such as: Creating a motion sensor alarm circuit that calls your cell phone when motion is detected Creating a self-regulating temperature controlled system You will also learn how to build Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards with little to no code to monitor your Things and Properties from the Cloud! Who this course is for: Students Internet of Things (IoT) Hobbyists Electronics Hobbyists Electrical Engineers Makers Tinkerers What previous knowledge should I have: A basic understanding of Arduino A basic understanding of Programming (C preferred) Be willing to learn Why is the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform important? We all know and love Arduino Platform for tinkering and building prototypes. But when it comes to building IoT projects that connect to the internet, using Arduino by itself gets messy. Here are some of the challenges with Building IoT Apps with simple flavors of Arduino Boards : You need to use an Arduino board that has Wifi built-in or use additional modules like the ESP8266 or ESP32 to enable internet connectivity You have to worry about how to secure connections to the internet from IoT devices to prevent hackers from intercepting your IoT data Connecting to the Cloud is also challenging as you have to write custom code to handle integrations Building Dashboards to monitor and control your IoT apps requires writing additional custom code and programming and this can get messy very quickly The Arduino IoT Cloud was created to solve these issues. The Arduino IoT Cloud allows you to: Easily, Securely and Seamlessly build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) projects that connect directly with the Cloud Quickly allow Arduino MKR Boards to connect securely connect to the Cloud Create WebHooks to easily connect backend APIs and Services to your Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Monitor your projects in real-time by creating dashboards and widget with a few mouse clicks Join the Arduino IoT Cloud Bootcamp Course today and learn to build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) apps that connect to the Cloud the easy way! Check out the free preview lectures and I will see you in the course! Who this course is for: Arduino makers that want to learn about the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform IoT Hobbyists Students Electrical Engineers Electronics Hobbyists Makers Tinkerers Show more Show less Instructor Lee Assam Electrical and Software Engineer, University Instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 3,739 Reviews 40,145 Students 7 Courses Lee holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science. He has taught at Universities on topics ranging from Software Development to Electrical Engineering and prototyping. He likes coming up with new ideas and prototyping them using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms. His passion for innovation has resulted in several wins in Hack Day competitions. He is a US Patent holder and has numerous US Patent Applications currently being reviewed. He tries to understand how the latest technolgy can be used to solve business problems and challenges in creative ways. His hobby is Arduino and the Internet of Things. He has been playing around with the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi platforms since their inception, and he uses his Electrical Engineering background coupled with software development skills to create and develop exciting projects. He prefers a hands-on, project-based learning approach and uses his teaching background to make concepts fun and entertaining, while at the same time educational and informative. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? 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  6. Use If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate Webhooks into your IoT Applications Curated for the Udemy Business collection Course content 11 sections • 58 lectures • 4h 45m total length Expand all sections Introduction 6 lectures • 17min Please Watch - What to expect in this course Preview 06:25 What is the Internet of Things? Preview 03:10 What is the Arduino IoT Cloud? 03:35 Understanding Arduino IoT Cloud Terminology 03:18 Parts List for the Course Preview 00:17 Getting Project Files and Resources for the Course 00:04 Setup your account and board 5 lectures • 21min Overview of the Setup Process 01:57 Creating a free Arduino IoT Cloud Account 01:42 Using the Arduino Desktop IDE or the Arduino Web Editor 02:55 Installing the Arduino Create Plugin and Setting up your Arduino MKR Board 10:25 Overview of the Arduino MKR WIFI 1010 04:26 First Project - Controlling an LED from the Cloud 6 lectures • 18min Controlling an LED from the Cloud - Project Overview Preview 00:59 Wiring the Circuit 04:06 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:11 Making Code changes 06:39 Update : Widgets Tab has been changed to Dashboards 01:41 Testing it out 02:18 Reviewing the Project Files, Web Editor and Code 3 lectures • 25min Reviewing Project Files 06:05 An Overview of the Web Editor 10:04 Detailed Code Review for our LED Project 08:53 Taking Analog Readings 5 lectures • 18min Taking Analog Readings - Project Overview Preview 00:56 Wiring the Circuit 03:31 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 04:43 Making Code changes 06:03 Testing it out 02:56 Detecting external events like a Button Press 7 lectures • 27min Detecting External Events - Project Overview Preview 00:53 Wiring the Circuit 05:17 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:51 Making Code changes 07:21 Testing it out 01:52 Using a Third Party Library to handle Debouncing 06:57 Testing our Debouncing Changes 02:12 Creating a Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone when it is Tripped 9 lectures • 54min Motion Sensor Alarm that calls your Cell Phone - Project Overview Preview 01:23 Wiring the Circuit 08:41 Configuration in the Arduino IoT Cloud 02:41 Making Code changes 09:30 Testing out the Alarm 03:40 Overview of If This Then That (IFTTT) 04:22 Enabling an Applet on IFTTT 07:35 Creating an IoT Webhook to IFTTT 12:35 Testing our Custom IoT IFTTT Applet 03:41 Measuring Temperature and Humidity with a DHT-22 Sensor 5 lectures • 24min Measuring Temperature and Humidity - Project Overview Preview 00:49 Wiring the Circuit 04:38 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 04:33 Making Code Changes 08:33 Testing it Out 05:56 Creating a Temperature-Controlled Self Regulating System 10 lectures • 1hr 17min Temperature-Controlled Self Regulation IoT Project - Overview Preview 01:37 Using a Transistor as a Switch to Control our Fan 05:39 Parts Needed for the Project 01:56 Reviewing the Circuit Diagram 03:08 Wiring the Circuit 13:13 Configuration in the IoT Cloud 06:12 Reviewing the Dashboard that will be created for the project 06:34 Reviewing the Algorithm that we will use for our Project Code 08:33 Making Code Changes 18:51 Testing it out 11:12 Closing 1 lecture • 1min Closing Comments 00:20 1 more section Requirements Basic knowledge of Arduino Basic understanding of any programming language (C Programming Language preferred) Basic knowledge of Cloud Concepts Willingness to learn Description In this course you will learn about the NEW Arduino IoT Cloud Platform that allows you to easily build Internet of Things (IoT) applications and projects that connect to the Cloud. Go from Zero to Hero and learn how to quickly build secure Internet of Things (IoT) apps and dashboards using Arduino that connect to the Cloud. What you will Learn In this course, you will learn: A basic understanding of what is the Internet of Things IoT Terminology What is the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform How to setup your Arduino MKR boards to connect to the Arduino IoT Cloud How to use the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform to build IoT apps with minimal code How to build dashboards to monitor your Internet of Things (IoT) projects , peripherals and sensors How to incorporate Webhooks in your Internet of Things (IoT) Applications How to use the If This Then That (IFTTT) to integrate services into your IoT Applications How to use Arduino MKR Boards to prototype Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Securely connecting your Internet of Things (IoT) device to the Cloud The ins and outs of the Arduino Web Editor What you will Build We will start with basics by building simple Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud projects such as: Controlling an LED from the Cloud Taking Analog Readings Detecting events from IoT devices like a button push in the Cloud We will progress to advanced projects such as: Creating a motion sensor alarm circuit that calls your cell phone when motion is detected Creating a self-regulating temperature controlled system You will also learn how to build Internet of Things (IoT) dashboards with little to no code to monitor your Things and Properties from the Cloud! Who this course is for: Students Internet of Things (IoT) Hobbyists Electronics Hobbyists Electrical Engineers Makers Tinkerers What previous knowledge should I have: A basic understanding of Arduino A basic understanding of Programming (C preferred) Be willing to learn Why is the Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Platform important? We all know and love Arduino Platform for tinkering and building prototypes. But when it comes to building IoT projects that connect to the internet, using Arduino by itself gets messy. Here are some of the challenges with Building IoT Apps with simple flavors of Arduino Boards : You need to use an Arduino board that has Wifi built-in or use additional modules like the ESP8266 or ESP32 to enable internet connectivity You have to worry about how to secure connections to the internet from IoT devices to prevent hackers from intercepting your IoT data Connecting to the Cloud is also challenging as you have to write custom code to handle integrations Building Dashboards to monitor and control your IoT apps requires writing additional custom code and programming and this can get messy very quickly The Arduino IoT Cloud was created to solve these issues. The Arduino IoT Cloud allows you to: Easily, Securely and Seamlessly build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) projects that connect directly with the Cloud Quickly allow Arduino MKR Boards to connect securely connect to the Cloud Create WebHooks to easily connect backend APIs and Services to your Internet of Things (IoT) Projects Monitor your projects in real-time by creating dashboards and widget with a few mouse clicks Join the Arduino IoT Cloud Bootcamp Course today and learn to build Arduino Internet of Things (IoT) apps that connect to the Cloud the easy way! Check out the free preview lectures and I will see you in the course! Who this course is for: Arduino makers that want to learn about the Arduino IoT Cloud Platform IoT Hobbyists Students Electrical Engineers Electronics Hobbyists Makers Tinkerers Show more Show less Instructor Lee Assam Electrical and Software Engineer, University Instructor 4.5 Instructor Rating 3,739 Reviews 40,145 Students 7 Courses Lee holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science. He has taught at Universities on topics ranging from Software Development to Electrical Engineering and prototyping. He likes coming up with new ideas and prototyping them using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms. His passion for innovation has resulted in several wins in Hack Day competitions. He is a US Patent holder and has numerous US Patent Applications currently being reviewed. He tries to understand how the latest technolgy can be used to solve business problems and challenges in creative ways. His hobby is Arduino and the Internet of Things. He has been playing around with the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi platforms since their inception, and he uses his Electrical Engineering background coupled with software development skills to create and develop exciting projects. He prefers a hands-on, project-based learning approach and uses his teaching background to make concepts fun and entertaining, while at the same time educational and informative. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? 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