Cellular connectivity with resinOS 2.0, 3G dongles, and SORACOM SIM cards

The following is a guest post by Alexis Susset of SORACOM, an IoT communications platform. Today we are setting up resin.io devices with a SORACOM SIM card and our preferred enterprise 3G Dongle, the Huawei MS2131. With this setup complete, we'll be able to ship out devices that work

git remote tool from NVBOTS

When you're building software for a production environment there are several other environments the code-base must traverse before being fully released. This "one repository - multiple environments" is a common pattern that resin supports really well. However, things can get complicated when you have several local branches and multiple remotes.

Building a Distributed Machine Learning Testbench with resin.io

Revan Sopher is a 2016 graduate of Rutgers University, and an incoming SETI at Google Mountain View. Intro For our senior design project, we decided to build a testbench for developing and iterating distributed machine learning algorithms of the sort that our adviser studies. The general idea is to deliver

InfluxDB on resin.io

Kimmo Huoman is an electronic engineering student and employee of Lappeenranta University of Technology. His main interest is home automation and embedded Linux systems in general. What is InfluxDB? In short, InfluxDB is a time-series database, designed to handle large amounts of numeric data. What makes InfluxDB special when compared

Multi-container with docker-compose on resin.io

Justin Dray is a systems engineer at Cloud9 IDE in Brisbane, Australia. A big fan of systems and deployment automation and continuous integration. Introduction I started using resin.io recently for a few small projects and love the idea of using docker as a deployment method. It lets you define

Planning lunch with a Slackbot on resin.io

Thibault Maekelbergh is a student at Devine - Design & Development and a freelance developer residing in Bruges. Currently exploring the latest in web technologies and using the web as his playground. Avid JavaScript fan & die-hard vinyl lover. The story begins… Our group of friends uses Slack as the