Hardware supported by Blynk

I’m sad to see that Rfduino isn’t in the list. I supported this Kickstarter so I could one day use this with my rfduinos. Can you tell me honestly the chances of adding support?

Some day, it will be added, very likely. But it’s not on the roadmap, and we don’t have the hardware to do this integration.

@Rubenk, @DaoustEric: There is an example of RFDuino BLE in the latest library, master branch.
But I have no hardware to test it with…
Could you check if it works for you?

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I think I need a couple more instructions… I have the .ino file loaded. I probably need to include some code to actually do something but what do I need to do to get a “hello world” scenario set up? Do I need to add something like a gauge or a terminal to the blynk app on the iPhone? Also, should I set the app as Arduino 101? or something else on the iPhone?

Ah. I found some info on how to use examples here. I will see if it’s helpful http://docs.blynk.cc/#getting-started-getting-started-with-hardware-how-to-use-an-example-sketch

FYI - I will post in this topic from now on. RFDuino BLE

May I suggest Qduino Mini: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13614

@Na3than: it should just work

I would love support for the uno with integrated wifi (http://www.arduino.org/products/boards/arduino-uno-wifi) which has an integrated ESP8266 WiFi Module. All codes need setting up a connection first, but my uno is always connected due to the wifi integration.

Are you able to expand on what this means, specifically “codes”?

Sorry, could have been much clearer… Another try :slight_smile:

I have tried several example sketches and the one for the arduinoyun is the only one that works (and probably comes closest due to built-in wifi). When opening the serial monitor after uploading the yun sketch I only see an increasing long line of unreadable characters and the blynk app gives an offline status for my arduino one. Maybe this is due to slight differences in arduino uno with built-in wifi and arduino yun?

@jjscholten unreadable characters is almost always due to incorrect baud settings. You might want to check this.

Have you tried Blynk’s ESP8266_Shield sketch as I guess that is what your hardware is?

Please focus Linkit 7688 Duo. I hope its support Blynk APP soon. Coz’ I like Blynk very much and would like to use with Board Linkit 7688 Duo. Now it’s support only Linkit One. Please

I would like to add my board Danyboard M0 in your database. How do I proceed?
I have already carried out tests of the changing libraries. LINK TEST
Thank you

Considering cellphones (let´s talk about android) are plenty of sensors (GPS, motion, light, proximity, audio…)
Is a good idea to consider an APP allowing android phones to be recognized as hardware providing sensor output information? isnt it?

@pepiux New Android Release 1.16.4

Why If add #include <BlynkSimpleUIPEthernet.h> for ENC28J60 ethernet board I have compile error?

C:\Users\Руководитель\Documents\Arduino\libraries\Blynk\src/BlynkSimpleUIPEthernet.h: At global scope:

C:\Users\Руководитель\Documents\Arduino\libraries\Blynk\src/BlynkSimpleUIPEthernet.h:22:8: error: ‘EthernetClient’ does not name a type
static EthernetClient _blynkEthernetClient;

Did you follow sketch comments?

And also the news puck.js http://www.puck-js.com/ (another JS based microcontroller with a lot of nifty hardware already on board) would be awesome!

We already support most of the needed technologies, like Espruino - so should start with puck-js in no-time - but i need some hardware samples.

Maybe the producer could be interested in giving you some samples? He just launched the puck.js via kickstarter.
Here is all the documentation: https://www.puck-js.com/go it includes also hardware informations.