Developing the Internet of Things: Philips Hue Lux Starter Kit There was a time when commanding light by flicking a mechanical switch was a revolutionary act. Today, our desire to control light has reached a new technological pinnacle. Growing tired of the physically arduous task of flicking a switch? Thanks to the Internet of Things, you are in luck! So sit back, relax, and read on to find out how to control light by making RESTful API calls! In this blog post, discover how Appmethod and the REST Debugger enables developers to create native multi-device applications that interface with the Philips Hue Lux Starter Kit over REST.  
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OpenSSL and HTTPS Support for iOS Devices RAD Studio uses OpenSSL for HTTPS support. If your iOS application requires OpenSSL support you must configure your project to include the required libraries: libcrypto and libssl. This blog post has the quick few steps to ensure your iOS application has OpenSSL and HTTPS support.
Appmethod Tip: OpenSSL and HTTPS Support for iOS Devices Appmethod uses OpenSSL for HTTPS support. If your iOS application requires OpenSSL support you must configure your project to include the required libraries: libcrypto and libssl. This blog post has the quick few steps to ensure your iOS application has OpenSSL and HTTPS support.
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Developer Skill Sprints - Week 8 - Extending Your VCL Apps to Mobile, Gadgets and Wearables. This blog post contains the notes for week 8 of the developer skill sprint focusing on Extending Your VCL Apps to Mobile, Gadgets and Wearables.
Developer Skill Sprints - Week 7 - Web Services Integration with REST Client and More   This blog post contains the notes for week 7 of the developer skill sprint focusing on Web Services Integration with REST Client and More.
John "JT" Thomas Interview: The Changing World of The Internet of Things Discussion with John "JT" Thomas, Senior Director of Developer Products at Embarcadero Technologies, and Clark Buckner from TechnologyAdvice about the challenges in developing for IoT and the overall issue of “connectedness”....
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Developer Skill Sprints - Week 6 - Build Scalable, Multitier Solutions with EMS and DataSnap This blog post contains the notes for week 6 of the developer skill sprint focusing on Build Scalable, Multitier Solutions with EMS and DataSnap.
Developing the Internet of Things: Kwikset SmartCode Deadbolt and VeraLite Smart Home Controller   In this post explore how to rapidly build an application to create an Internet of Things Solution for home automation. The application will support swipe gestures to toggle the lock and unlock state of a Kwikset SmartCode Deadbolt and will interface with the REST API of a VeraLite Smart Home Controller.The REST API will be used to query the inital state of the doorlock and issue lock and unlock commands.   See how rapidly appmethod can build a multi-device connected app with REST ...
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Developer Skill Sprints - Week 5 - Powerful Database Access with FireDAC and InterBase This blog post contains the notes for week 5 of the developer skill sprint focusing on powerful database access with FireDAC and InterBase.
Appmethod September Release - Update Available - iPhone 6/6+ Support! Appmethod customers can get the latest version of Appmethod by going to: www.appmethod.com/downloads This update to our September 2014 release includes over 160 bug fixes across iOS, Android, Windows and Mac, including fixes for iOS 8 and Mac OS X App Store submission, 3x iOS style support. This update to Appmethod also provides iPhone 6 & 6+ fixes including a custom design view and 3x resolution styling!To check which version of Appmethod you have installed, launch Appmethod and go to Help->About.For reference, the September (Appmethod 1.15) release build number was 21.0.17017.3725, and the update build number is 21.0.17707.5020. Before installing the update, you will need to uninstall the Appmethod September release.You will need to uninstall any previous versions of Appmethod and reinstall this update. If you have any questions, our support team is always here to help.
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