This guide will help you to understand how to get started using Cayenne and give you the most comprehensive overview of all the features.
Cayenne is the world’s first drag and drop IoT project builder that empowers developers, designers and engineers to quickly prototype and share their connected device projects. Cayenne was designed to help users create Internet of Things prototypes and then bring them to production.
Cayenne was designed to work from iOS and Android smartphones and popular browsers.
There are several major components in the platform:
Cayenne Mobile Apps – Remotely monitor and control your IoT projects from the Android or iOS Apps.
Cayenne Online Dashboard – Use customizable widgets to visualize data, set up rules, schedule events and more.
Download Android APP from Google play:Android APP
Dwonload iOS APP: iOS APP
1)The Cayenne dashboard (online and mobile) is the main screen where you can setup, customize, monitor, manage and control your connected devices. From the Cayenne dashboard you can add board, sensors and actuators. you can fully customize your dashboard ,view device and sensor data history, set up automatic triggers and receive notification alerts. remote manager device and sensors, create your own IOT projects and so son.
For more informations, you can visit https://mydevices.com/cayenne/docs/#features
Create Cayenne Account
You can create an account from Mobile or online. Mobile is the easiest and fastest way, but instructions for online set up are below:
Visi website: https://cayenne.mydevices.com/cayenne/login, On the Sign Up page, enter your Name, Email and create a Password.
Once you create an account, you then add your device so it can be seen in the online dashboard. Through the dashboard, everything on your Board is accessible. You can remotely monitor and control your IOT devices, for example, you can turn off /on a LED, Monitor temperature.
Cayenne can support multiple devices as well. Beyond adding as many Raspberry Pi/Arduino as you want, you can select from a range of sensors, extensions and actuators that will be wired to your Board. Once the device is wired, you can then assign it to the GPIO pins. With your GPIO pins registered to certain devices, you can now set alerts or triggers to occur on schedules that you create through the dashboard.
Not only can you do all of this on a laptop or desktop, but they also have an easy-to-use phone app available for both iOS and Android. Using the app