Atmosphere Guides and Tutorials

From getting started with your first project to building complex integrated solutions, the Atmosphere guide library contains a variety of helpful content on using Atmosphere with all types of supported hardware.

Guide Hardware Description
AWS Integration Setup N/A Learn how to configure your AWS services to allow Atmosphere to communicate with them. This process involves creating an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) role and subsequent role policy in the AWS console for the services you want to grant Atmosphere access to through the use of Studio’s AWS elements.
Creating a Monitoring Solution AVR-IoT WG Complete walkthrough that demonstrates how to set up an Atmosphere project that measures device data and initiates a device status change if the data value reaches a certain condition.
Getting Started with Arduino Due Arduino Due Use the Arduino Due alongside the Adafruit WINC1500 Wi-Fi Shield to build a simple project that reads an incrementing integer value (up to 10) every second, sends that value to the cloud, and displays the updated value on the dashboard.
Getting Started with Arduino Mega Arduino Mega Use the Arduino Mega alongside the Adafruit WINC1500 Wi-Fi Shield to build a simple project that sends an integer to the cloud every five seconds, and displays the updated value on the dashboard.
Getting Started with AVR-IoT WG AVR-IoT WG Build a simple project that measures temperature and light data from the board, then sends it to the cloud over Wi-Fi.
Getting Started with Curiosity PIC32MZEF Curiosity PIC32MZEF Build a simple project that reads an incrementing integer value (up to 10) every second, sends that value to the cloud, and displays the updated value on the dashboard.
Getting Started with CYW20819 CYW920819EVB-02 Build a simple project that reads the hardware’s temperature sensor once per second, which displays that information on the Atmosphere IoT app using a label, and sends the data to the cloud. This guide is applicable for all supported CYW20819 variant project types.
Getting Started with ESP32 ESP32 Build a simple project that blinks a development board’s LED and reads an ADC pin once a second. This guide is applicable for all supported ESP32 variant project types.
Getting Started with Intel Curie Arduino 101 Build a simple project that blinks a development board’s LED and reads an ADC pin once a second. This guide is applicable for both supported Intel Curie chipset project types, the Arduino 101 and tinyTILE.
Getting Started with MAX32630 Feather MAX32630 Feather Build a simple project that reads accelerometer data from the board’s onboard inertial sensor once per second, displays that x-, y-, and z-axis data on the mobile app, and then sends the readings to the cloud.
Getting Started with nRF52840-DK nRF52840-DK Use the nRF52840-DK board alongside an ST sensor shield to build a simple project that reads temperature and pressure data, displays that data on the mobile app, and then sends the readings to the cloud.
Getting Started with NUCLEO-L476RG NUCLEO-L476RG Use the Nucleo board alongside an ST BLE shield and sensor shield to build a simple project that reads temperature data once a second, displays that data on the mobile app, and then sends the readings to the cloud.
Getting Started with PIC-IoT WG PIC-IoT WG Build a simple project that measures temperature and light data from the board, then sends it to the cloud over Wi-Fi.
Getting Started with Rapid IoT Rapid IoT Build a simple project that reads the hardware’s ambient light sensor once per second, which displays that information on the Atmosphere IoT app using an analog meter, and sends the data to the cloud.
Getting Started with RSL10-SENSE-GEVK RSL10-SENSE-GEVK Build a simple project that reads temperature, humidity, and pressure data from the kit’s onboard environmental sensor, displays that data on the mobile app, and sends the readings to the cloud.
Getting Started with SensorTile SensorTile Build a simple project that reads the SensorTile’s temperature sensor once per second, which displays that information on the Atmosphere IoT app using a label, and sends the data to the cloud.
Getting Started with Sigfox Rapid IoT Learn how to connect Sigfox with Atmosphere by building a simple project that reads temperature and sends a floating point temperature value to Atmosphere via Sigfox.
NXP Display Elements Guide Rapid IoT Learn how to use specific NXP display elements, adding pages to the Rapid IoT display, and organizing pages for navigation.
Rapid IoT Display Page Guide Rapid IoT Add NXP display embedded elements to a project to build pages for the Rapid IoT’s display. This includes adding the display’s pages, connecting their button interactions, and structuring the page navigation, all built into a basic project.
Using Cellular Modems with Atmosphere Arduino Mega See how easy it is to use cellular modems and Atmosphere with a simple project that reads a temperature sensor and sends the data to Atmosphere via the cellular network using the Digi XBee3 Cellular LTE Cat 1 modem.