Debugging IoT devices with Overlock and resin.io

This post was written by the team at Overlock. Overlock makes it easy to find and fix bugs and issues in your IoT deployments. Learn more at overlock.io. Overview Overlock is a debugging and error-tracking system for IoT devices. It has a unique architecture that uses an agent on

Add a metrics monitoring service to your resin.io multicontainer application

With the release of multicontainer on resin.io, it's easier than ever to integrate new components and functionality into your projects. In this tutorial, we'll walk through extending our Getting Started with Multicontainer demo project to include fleet-wide metrics and monitoring capabilities using an external InfluxDB service. By the time

Filters and tags: a fleet management primer for resin.io

The resin.io platform is designed to make it as easy as possible to develop, update and monitor code on remote devices, whether your fleet contains one device or thousands. Those with growing fleets know that as the size of the fleet increases, the more difficult it becomes to organize

Top 6 tips for troubleshooting your host OS with resin.io

We recently released a feature that gives you a lot more visibility into your remote devices running on resin.io. For those with resinOS versions 2.7.5 and above, it is now possible to SSH into the host OS. This can be done directly from the dashboard or through

Deploy a digital signage application with Screenly OSE and resin.io

This post was written by the team at Screenly, which makes it easy to deploy digital signage applications on the Raspberry Pi. Screenly is used by hundreds of companies to power thousands of screens around the world. Be sure to check out the video tutorial at the end of the

Deploying a gateway for The Things Network using resin.io

This article was written by Matthew Macdonald-Wallace of Mockingbird Consulting. Mockingbird Consulting provides workshops on a wide range of topics and is committed to inspiring the next generation of engineers. Their "Internet of Threes" program helps organizations understand how people, places, and things are all part of a successful IoT

Open Source Guide #2: Code Quality and Static Analysis

This is the second post in a series on best practices and tools for open-sourcing a project, based on our experience building Etcher and various other projects at resin.io. We'll be covering topics including documentation, code quality, community building, error tracking, and so forth. Let us know if there

Move to the edge with Azure IoT and resin.io

The benefits of running services on the edge—fast response times, low bandwidth, the ability to work offline—make this approach an attractive alternative to a fully cloud-based model. But there are some things to think about before moving to the edge: How do you keep the development process simple,

Manage a fleet of drones

with resin.io, AWS IoT, & NodeJS This article was authored by Excelion Partners, a tech consulting firm located in Wisconsin that specializes in full-stack, globally scalable IoT solutions. Project source code and additional files available on GitHub. Fleet management concerns, such as securing, updating, and controlling a multitude of

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