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- Exosite and Texas Instruments Make Building Connected Products Easier than Ever with TI’s New Connected Launchpad!
- Don’t miss Exosite’s live webinar on “Turning the Cloud into a Rainmaker!” February 27th
- Exosite Powers Texas Instruments Smart Home Exhibit at CES
- Updates to the Arduino Library and a Walkthrough of the Relayduino
- All-Hallows’ Eve Performance Report
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We’ve just updated Exosite Portals to support multiple views-per-portal. This allows you to expose the data flowing in and out of the Portal in different ways for the different people who will be looking at it. Another significant, and related … Continue reading
Incremental update to Exosite Portals has been made – you can now share your Portal with other users! Improvements have also been made to the Dashboard page for new users and a per-Portal admin page allows per-Portal management (vs. per-Account). … Continue reading
Commander API has been updated to provide more read control for data sources. Checkout the latest docs!
Incremental update to Exosite Portals released – performance improvements, can now view up-to-date resource usage on account page, graph widget navigation improved and miscellaneous bug fixes.
Incremental update to Exosite Portals released – new features include account overview page and pop-ups for quick-editing of resources. Keep the feedback coming!
Exosite Portals has some updates that allow wizard-based device and data provisioning Previous provisioning was done through a form based system – the new wizards help break the steps up a bit and should make things more self explanatory.
We’ve added an XMPP message interface to the OpenTether communication interfaces in the form of a chat bot named “Commander” Commander allows both reading and writing data via XMPP chat messages per the OpenTether Commander API spec. Check the Resources … Continue reading
The Exosite One management interface has been rebranded as “Exosite Portals” and released in beta at one.exosite.com! The back-end still supports the same devices, but the front-end now has an extensible menu structure with features previously only available to Exosite … Continue reading