FlowCloud has become Creator
The Wi-Fire board is part of the chipKITTM family of development boards from Digilent and is based upon the Microchip PIC32MZ microcontroller featuring a 32-bit MIPS processor core running at 200MHz, 2MB of flash program memory, and 512KB of SRAM data memory.
Wi-Fire is easy to use and suitable for both beginners and advanced users experimenting with electronics and embedded control systems. Pin-out compatibility with many existing ArduinoTM shields means that there is a wide range of third-party peripheral devices and sensors available on the market. These include camera modules, motor controllers, temperature sensors, accelerometers, LCD screens, and many more.
Your Wi-Fire board will allow you to develop Internet of Things applications using FlowCloud services that enable you to interact with these peripherals and control them over the internet from anywhere using a mobile phone or tablet.
Wi-Fire runs a real time open source operating system, FreeRTOS. Wi-Fire applications you develop to run on FreeRTOS use the MicroChip Harmony framework that includes numerous libraries that you can use.
FlowCloud has become Creator
Authorisation groups represent a security measure for restricting access to resources. Only users belonging to a group associated with a given resource are able to access the resource. This feature is currently limited to Firmwares.
Using authorisation groups, firmware's can be posted to specific authorisation groups and only users that belong to the group can access the firmwares. Here you just create the group name and have the oAuth credentials used for accessing the group automatically created.
In reality, FlowCloud uses the oAuth protocol to secure access to its API's. Within oAuth, Product Group ID's are referred to as consumer keys and Product Group passwords are referred to as consumer secrets.
To enable a device to acquire a unique identifier with FlowCloud, the device must 'Register' with FlowCloud first. When a device registers it needs to specify its Device type, MAC address, serial number, software version, a display name and a registration key.
To enable a device to acquire a unique identifier with FlowCloud, the device must 'Register' with FlowCloud first. When a device registers it needs to specify its Device type, MAC address, serial number, software version, a display name.
Once a device has been registered on FlowCloud it can then be associated with a Flow User account. The device is then said to be owned.
Device ownership represents a relationship (or pairing), whereby a single FlowCloud user is considered to be ultimately responsible for administering a FlowCloud device. By becoming the device's owner, a FlowCloud user gains access to all of the device's resources (device settings and configurations etc.). In addition, the owner is then able to provision the visibility, access rights and assign user roles on that device so that other FlowCloud users can access and manage their device.
To make a pairing between a user and device possible, various data is required that uniquely identifies both the user and the device. The process for associating a device with a user depends on the capabilities of a device and whether or not it has a user interface. FlowCloud supports a number of different scenarios for owning a device.
The Device has a UI but no means of being able to authenticate a user. In this scenario, a user has to acquire a 'Pairing' token or a device ownership token that is unique to them. The token is entered on the device. Since the ID of the device is known by FlowCloud and the token identifies the user, a pairing can be made.
Device has a UI and the user can be authenticated. In this scenario, since both the device and user can be easily identified, a user can log onto a device and then enter the device's MAC address into the device UI.
Device has no UI. In this scenario, the user has to log into a web site and know a unique identifier about the device. This would ideally be its MAC Address or serial number. Assuming the device has already registered with FlowCloud, when a user authenticates on the web site, they will be able to search for a device using its MAC address. If found, the user can then claim ownership of the device from the web site.
Private development programmes are managed by independent organizations. To join a private development programme, you need to know your organisations registration key. If you know your organisations programme key, please complete the account registration details below.
Once you have created an account, your registration request has to be authorized by the administrator for the programme you elect to join. Once authorised, you will receive an account activation e-mail.
The information you supply as part of you registration will be securely held and will not be passed to third parties.
If you changed your e-mail address, you will be logged-out of the system and required to re-activate your FlowCloud account. A new account activation e-mail will be sent to your new e-mail inbox.
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