Use the Particle Electron to get a project online in 15 minutes
Use this lightweight, cross-platform editor while developing Particle software.
Send the GPS coordinates from your Particle Electron Asset Tracker kit to MySignal.io using MQTT.
You can retrieve the cell tower ID from your Particle Electron, and use that information to determine your device's location!
Locate your Particle Photons, P1s and Electrons on a map without needing extra hardware. Use Ubidots or an offline map alternative.
Uses GP-20U7 GPS Receiver Plots location on Google Maps
Track your car from any Wifi enabled spot!
Team up your Particle devices with a Telegram Bot
Health monitoring system for plants.
Internet controlled dog collar that vibrates with a push of a button. The vibration safely and effectively gets your pet's attention.
Use IFTTT to send a notification to your phone when the current drawn on a circuit gets too high.
Read out analog value from IR distance sensor and show the transferred distance up on your phone as well as the OLED by electron and IFTTT.
Sometimes it's nice to monitor the status of your Electron without having to loop that information through the interwebs.
A PIR sensor based motion detector with IFTTT integration.
Shut down a circuit if current consumption gets to high. Remotely and locally control circuit. Receive notifications of overload.
Monitor your machine's energy consumption with this low-cost, Industrial Energy Monitor tutorial in just a few minutes.
This shows how to program Particle Electron in Python to develop cellular-connected electronics products in a few clicks.
Get help, in case of danger.
This is a project that uses SHT30 to get the current temperature and humidity. And then displays it on a no-chip embeded LCD.
Use po-util to easily install the Particle Toolchain and build code locally.
Nothing is scarier sounding than a bomb cyclone. By analyzing weather station data on ThingSpeak, we see the bombogenesis forming.
This is a device which can monitor running track via a GPS module and store data to a SD card. And then parse the data later from a app.
Magnetism in a simple door monitoring.