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Build a geo-targeting app based on the Bluemix Rules service
The Rules service in Bluemix enables you to decouple business rules from your applications and run them in the cloud. Flexibility, greater reuse, less recoding, and testing are some of the key benefits of the Rules service. Learn how the Rules service, which builds and runs a geo-targeting rule application, can used by apps or third-party applications to drive new business opportunities.
02 Sep 2014
Develop an IoT application on Bluemix with Arduino and Rails
In this tutorial, we show you how to develop an application that uses technologies applicable to the Internet of Things (IoT). Our application collects data from an accelerometer, stores it on a web server, then displays the result in real time on a web page.
28 Aug 2014
Extend an Android app using the IBM Push for Bluemix cloud service
Build an Android application using the IBM Push for Bluemix and Node.js services available on IBM Bluemix. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes sample code and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix, Node.js, and IBM Push for Bluemix services into your own applications.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese  
21 Aug 2014
Build an iOS app using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service
Build an iOS application using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service available on IBM Bluemix. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList iOS application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix, IBM CloudCode for Bluemix, and IBM Push for Bluemix services into your own applications.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese   Portuguese   Spanish  
21 Aug 2014
Extend an Android app using the IBM Mobile Cloud service to integrate with Worklight
This tutorial shows you how to integrate an Android application with IBM Worklight, building on the previous tutorials, "Build an Android app using the "IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service" and "Extend an Android app using the IBM Push for Bluemix service." The Android application we'll demonstrate is a simple mobile application, called BlueList, that uses various mobile services. The previous tutorials demonstrate a grocery list that is not scoped to a particular user. All users who are running the application share the same grocery list. In this tutorial, we'll add Worklight integration to personalize the application to the authenticated user.
21 Aug 2014
Extend an iOS app using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service to integrate with Worklight
This tutorial shows you how to integrate Worklight with an existing mobile application, called BlueList, that uses various mobile services. All users who are running the BlueList application share the same grocery list; the application is not scoped to a particular user. In this tutorial, we'll add Worklight integration to personalize the application to the authenticated user.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese  
21 Aug 2014
Build an Android app using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix cloud service
Build an Android application using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service on IBM Bluemix. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix, IBM Push for Bluemix, and Node.js Cloud services into your own applications.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese  
14 Aug 2014
Spot the International Space Station using third-party APIs and the Liberty runtime
The International Space Station is the third brightest object in the sky -- and if you know when to look up, it's easy to see. The SPOT ISS application gives details on sightings by city and country. It consumes third-party APIs such as the NASA RSS feed and the Open Notify JSON API service to create a unique system of engagement. The app is deployed on IBM Bluemix.
11 Aug 2014

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