Intel XDK is a Shareware software in the category Desktop developed by Intel Corporation.
The latest version of Intel XDK is currently unknown. It was initially added to our database on 03/04/2014.
Intel XDK runs on the following operating systems: Android/iOS/Windows/Mac.
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Snap your Edison to the breakout board (use two fingers), attach the Arduino shield, plug in both Micro-USB cables
We recommend installing the Arduino Breakout shield *before* powering!
Follow this guide to flash your Edison using Flash Tool Lite. Windows users must also install the USB drivers.
Mac / Linux users select 'CDC' from the drop down, Windows users use 'RNDIS.' Toggle the power switch when the pop up appears.
Press 'Down' to view videos showing how to establish serial connections on each OS.
Open terminal, type 'screen /dev/cu.usbs' then hit Tab to autocomplete, add '115200 -L' and hit Enter twice at blank screen
Install 'screen,' use '/dev/ttyUSB0 115200' and hit Enter twice at blank screen
Download PuTTy, select 'serial,' set baud rate to 115200, use Device Manager to find your COM port, hit Enter twice at blank screen
Note: Select the COM port that isn't the virtual COM port
Initiate a Serial connection, use default login 'root'
Name your Edison a unique name, set a password, get on the Wi-Fi, use ping google.com to test internet status!
We will be blinking the Pin 13 LED shown above using Intel XDK IoT Edition and MRAA.
Open a serial connection to your Edison and run these commands in the shell.
Open a serial connection to your Edison and run this command in the shell. Write down your IP address.
Install Intel XDK for Mac, Linux, Windows and create an account. You will need to use a *strong* password 8+ chars, one letter, one number, one special character!
Create a new blink project from the provided template in Intel XDK.
Connect to your Edison, update the XDK Daemon, deploy the sketch.
FileZilla is an easy way to get code over to your Edison once it is online
Run the above command in your terminal to run the blink example
By Rex St. John