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Integrating BLE Kitchen Gadgets into Let’s Cook!

Hello everyone, as I already mentioned in my previous blog post next step in the Let’s Cook! implementation, aside from fixing bugs and finally make the app Swift 3.0 ready, to integrate some premium features. Yes, premium means they will be available as InApp-Purchase. Those features will include accessing the following two BLE enabled kitchen […]

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Let’s Cook! – Recipe Companion for iPhone and iPad available in the AppStore

Hello everyone, as some of you might have already recognised I was working on a cooking companion app for the last couple of months. Finally Let’s Cook! is available on the Apple AppStore. More detailed information about the app can be found on the companion webpage available at http://www.letscook.mobi. Currently I’m working on integrating some […]

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Finally the DropBeacon v1.0.1 iOS App is approved

Hello iBeacon enthusiasts, after a little struggle with the Apple Review Team, DropBeacon v1.0.1 was approved for the Apple App Store. You might have read the blog post at beekn.net about Apple locking down iBeacon: http://www.beekn.net/2014/05/apple-closed-system-apple-slowly-locking-ibeacon/. The DropBeacon update was affected by this as well. The updated to v1.0.1 has no longer a UUID editor […]

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Hardware DropBeacon v1.0.0 finished.

Hello iBeacon enthusiasts, after some weeks of development, design adjustments, enclosure designs, firmware iterations and battery tests I finished v1.0.0 of my hardware DropBeacon. You might have read about the DropBeacon iOS app acting like a virtual DropBeacon but where is the real one? Here is version 1.0.0 of the DropBeacon:   The DropBeacon uses […]

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BLEtherm – An Arduino based Bluetooth Low Energy thermometer

Hello everyone, I was dealing with small embedded systems acting as weather stations for a long time now. I created a simple setup using a Sensirion SHT15 connected to an Arduino board which was posting temperature and humidity values using a Wifi shields some years ago. A great project which has replaced my DIY solution […]

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