Do you like to do-it-yourself?

Here are some projects and tutorials to try yourself:

Install a Starter Kit

Step-by-step guide to installing one of our starter kits and streaming data to the console.

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Barnowl Baby Steps

Learn how to do something useful with barnowl, our free middleware package for Node.js which is central to all our software.

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Here's how to integrate with our platform:

Integrate your Mobile App

Guide to integrating mobile apps with the reelyActive platform using Bluetooth Low Energy technology. Your app will be both discoverable and able to discover hyperlocal context.

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Integrate your Service

Guide to integrating services on top of the reelyActive platform. Your service will consume a real-time stream of events represented in JSON format.

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Integrate your Product

Guide to integrating products with the reelyActive platform. Your product will be radio-identifiable and digitally represented in a standard format on the web.

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Here's how to make your own hub:

Build your own Hub

Step-by-step guide to build your own hub which connects reelyActive reelceivers to any computing device.

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Make a Tessel Hub

Step-by-step guide to build your own hub from an inexpensive Tessel 2 which supports WiFi and Ethernet connectivity and runs Node.js out-of-the-box.

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Make a Raspberry Pi Hub

Step-by-step guide to build your own hub from the ubiquitous Raspberry Pi which supports WiFi and Ethernet connectivity.

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Here's how to hack our platform:

reelyHacktive

A brief overview of what you might to achieve in a hackathon weekend by hacking on our platform.

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#HackTheHouse

Everything you need to know about our technology for the Notman House #HackTheHouse hackathon series.

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Here's everything we did ourselves:

Name GitHub npmjs Live Demo License
barnowl Link Link   MIT
barnacles Link Link   MIT
barterer Link Link   MIT
chickadee Link Link   MIT
json-silo Link Link myjson.info MIT
hlc-server Link Link hyperlocalcontext.com MIT
smartspaces S / C Link smartspac.es MIT
advlib Link Link gh-pages MIT
barstool Link   gh-pages MIT
jsonerator Link   gh-pages MIT
midiot Link Link   MIT
starling Link Link   MIT
reelib Link Link   MIT
beaver Link   gh-pages MIT
cormorant Link   gh-pages MIT
cuttlefish Link   gh-pages MIT
web-ble-demo Link   gh-pages MIT
digital-signage-demo Link     MIT

Here's how we do it:

Name GitHub Live Demo Covers License
node-style-guide Link   Node.js MIT
angular-style-guide Link gh-pages AngularJS ,
Angular UI Bootstrap ,
Bootstrap CSS ,
HTML
MIT

Here's what our friends helped us do:

Name GitHub Contributor License
ble-android-sdk Link Sidereo Apache 2.0
ble-ios-sdk Link Sidereo Apache 2.0

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