Webinar: September 24 - Learn how to program the Internet of Things

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Next week, we'll be presenting a webinar that will show you how to quickly program the Internet of Things (IoT) using the Appmethod September 2014 Release (you can also do the same with Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE7). The webinar will take place on Wednesday, September 24 at 6am, 11am and 5pm PDT (UTC 1300, 1800, 0000 Sept 25). 

The Internet of Things presents developers with an amazing opportunity to create a whole new category of apps that take advantage of connected gadgets and devices. With products like Google Wear, the Apple Watch, FitBit and Nest devices, our homes, cars, even our bodies, will be more connected than ever to our digital world.

Our latest release allows you to easily use Bluetooth Classic, Bluetooth LE (Low Energy) and WiFi to connect to the Internet of Things. This webinar will demonstrate Appmethod’s ability to enable developers to easily interconnect with thousands of available Bluetooth and Wifi enabled gadgets and devices. It will show you how you can develop amazing solutions in this new world of possibilities.

Attend this webinar to learn how to:

  • Set up a gadget or device for pairing
  • Connect to the gadget to communicate
  • Integrate info from gadgets into mobile devices and cloud services
  • Tether two apps together to remote control one another

Register for the webinar at http://forms.embarcadero.com/AppmethodInternetofThingsWebinar.

You can also find additional information about Bluetooth and App Tethering support on our docwiki at

See you live online next Wednesday, September 24!


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