This guide contains steps to work with Internet of Things (IoT) projects in Java*, using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition.
It covers creating Java projects, adding sensors to a project, taking advantage of the example code provided with the Intel System Studio IoT Edition, and more.
This version of the Intel System Studio IoT Edition provides support for the following boards:
- Intel® Edison board
- Intel® Galileo board
- Intel® IoT gateway
- Minnowboard* MAX
For steps to create projects for the Intel® Joule™ module, including steps to install an Intel® Joule™ module-compatible version of the Intel System Studio IoT Edition , see Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module.
For steps to create and work with C/C++ projects, see the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition User Guide for C/C++.
For more information about Java support for IoT, including compatibility information, building and running Java IoT applications, and known limitations, check the Java* for IoT Reference Guide.
For more such intel IoT resources and tools from Intel, please visit the Intel® Developer Zone
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