Often when building IoT projects, you end up wondering what data is being sent to a cloud service like ThingSpeak. The IoT Debugger tool allows you to see the data inside a ThingSpeak channel in a table view. The ThingSpeak Logger shows you data as the channel gets updated. This is an easy way to see if you are sending bad data or null data. The project is open source and available on GitHub.
Features of IoT Debugger
ThingSpeak Data Logger
Particle.io Webhooks Manager
Settings are saved in LocalStorage
Built using HTML5, Bootstrap, and jQuery
Demo and download the source code for IoT Debugger on GitHub.
I am doing it. I have done it. I am switching back to WordPress.
“NotHans” started off as an address on Geocities in 1995. Soon after, I switched to a hand-built website hosted at Speedsoft. Over the past 20 years, I kept producing original content, but as different names: NotHans, Hans Bytes, I am Shadowlord, and Thinking About Things. I always had consistent themes: comedy, technology, projects, blogging, games, film, and sometimes photography.
Two years ago, I started blogging at Tumblr. I really loved Tumblr and even invested in a custom theme.
During the two years using Tumblr, I noticed WordPress adding features and becoming what I was looking for. Features like Format, Jetpack, and the rich ecosystem of Plugins, convinced me to switch back to WordPress.
I switched. I will switch to another platform again. In all cases, I hope to keep writing and sharing. Consider “NotHans” to be under construction.
I got the Particle Photon and Electron working nicely with ThingSpeak. I took the time to document how to connect the Particle.io cloud and ThingSpeak together securely. The tutorial is available now at Hackster.io and the project uses the Particle Photon, ThingSpeak, IoT Debugger, and MATLAB!