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It's so easy to purchase development boards for electronic projects but they normally end up in the same result. FAIL!  There are several reasons but the primary one is China manufactured crap. It's time to admit that cheep is not always a solution especially when the crap fails and your time waisted. That's what we are trying to accomplish, learning and not wasting time and causing frustration. It's a difficult task, our mission is to promote projects and components that work, not promoted never gonna happen stuff but complete solutions to the finished accomplishment.  Learning!

This is the browser interface for the setup. The process is smooth and pretty easy to understand. The steps are identified by the time to accomplish which is great

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This is a beginner posting. Lessons and questions posted along the way to learning!

 

You are going to split your time between 3 websites

support discuss.blues.io

talking to the component   dev.blues.io

and the cloud portal  nethub.io

 

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Darn blinking lights

Red LED – Notecard General Processing

Pattern Context Additional Description
Blink Rate starts slow, and becomes more rapid Notecard power-up or reset Notecard is booting and starting its firmware
Blink Rate quick: On → Off (may be aperiodic) Processing JSON Request from Host MCU Turns on when JSON request is received. Turns off when JSON response is sent
Regular blink interval Device Firmware Update Mode progress Only happens with the Notecard is in the DFU mode 12
Solid Error State Notecard not responsive. Contact Blues Wireless for support.

   
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Next step is to get a handle on visual studio IDE. I say this because it's a real brain drain. For the geeky type that spend their days staring at a monitor maybe not but for fixer-fabricators like me not so much. The brain is just wired different, but this stuff has to be learned in order to be productive in a modern shop. My normal route for programming these small computers is Arduino IDE but my experience with that shit show is nothing ever gets compiled, there's always an issue, orange screens constant and the methodology is insane. Just never works, at this point this will be my 3rd attempt at platform i/o

again I am working on Microshit 10 because my linux setup is not functioning primarily because I haven't read for 20 hours on downloading and installing the programs. Talk about confusion and frustration try 15 different flavors of linux. These guys are just waisting so much time, Hey why not 1 or maybe 2 linux os. Talk about crazy. I have to use Utumbu for a robot project I am using and use MX on a different machine because it looks and functions better but I shouldn't, having limited brain function at 60 but suffering is something I enjoy I guess

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