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This page has a number of simple code examples.

  • Sensor Source Example
This code shows how to create a simple sensor source, which publishes a value to the MediaSense platform.
  • Sensor Sink Example
This code shows how to create a simple sensor information sink, which resolves and retrieves a value from the MediaSense platform.
This code must have the Sensor Source Example running as well, on another device connected to the same network (Ex. Wifi or Internet with public IP)
  • Sensor Sink Android Example
This code shows how to create a simple sensor information sink on Android, which resolves and retrieves a value from the MediaSense platform.
Must also have Sensor Source Example running, on another device connected to the same network (Ex. Wifi or Internet with public IP)
  • Help Application Example
This code shows how to create a simple application which connects to MediaSense, which then only stays connected and helps the DHT distribution.

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