The 1.3.8 release introduces support for our third embedded Linux platform with the addition of the BeagleBone Green development board. This is a great board to start a new IoT project with, and to enhance the experience we’ve also added support for all Seeed Studio Grove sensors packaged in the BeagleBone Green IOT Developer Prototyping Kit to get the most out of the board. We’ve built demo projects using each of these sensors, as well as a BeagleBone Green getting started guide to learn how to get started with the board, so be sure to check them out.
Also in the 1.3.8 release is the addition of configurable notification preferences, which you can now set from your account area. With these settings, you can now specify if you’d like notifications sent from your devices to go to your email, or otherwise have the ability to stop receiving a notification from a device if it’s continuously alarming.
Complete release notes for Platform Update v1.3.8 include:
- Introduced configurable notification preferences, available within a new location in the user’s account area
- Introduced support for the BeagleBone Green development board as an available project type within Atmosphere Studio, and included several demo projects to get started
- Added support for the complete BeagleBone Green Wireless IOT Developer Prototyping Kit, featuring sensor support for the Grove ADXL345 Digital Accelerometer, Grove Button, Grove Buzzer, Grove Light Sensor, Grove PIR Motion Sensor, Grove Rotary Angle Sensor, Grove Temperature Sensor, and Grove Variable Color LED
- Added support for two Click boards from MikroElektronika: the Weather Click featuring a Bosch BME280 and Pressure 4 Click featuring a Bosch BMP280
- Added UART support for the Sierra Wireless mangOH Yellow
- Added support for Digi XBee cellular modems while working with embedded Linux platforms
- Enhanced usability for the Studio code editor window
- Improved reliability of the Cypress PSoC6 Wi-Fi/BT Prototyping Kit’s Wi-Fi connectivity
- Corrected issue with the Microchip PIC-IoT WG’s Click SPI interface conflicting with its onboard Wi-Fi SPI interface
- Corrected issue with the STMicroelectronics NUCLEO-L476RG not properly registering to Atmosphere during a UART connection attempt