draft work in progress may 2018
Manual Install Of Microsoft IoT: https://microsoft.github.io/azure-iot-developer-kit/docs/installation/
Install Microsoft Board Support Package: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/VSChina/azureiotdevkit_tools/master/package_azureboard_index.json
Upgrade firmware AZ3166: https://microsoft.github.io/azure-iot-developer-kit/docs/firmware-upgrading/
Install ST-Link drivers
ST-Link/V2 driver is required to communicate with the DevKit.
Download the driver from STMicro product page.
Extract the .zip file and double click
stlink_winusb_install.bat to install:
You are all set! It’s time to build your first IoT application by following instructions in Projects Catalog.
- Azure CLI 2.0 MSI - Cross-platform command-line experience for managing Azure resources. The MSI contains dependent Python and pip.
- ST-Link Utility: Essential tools and drivers.
Provision Azure services
Provision Azure services by typing
Cmd+P), then typing task and selecting task cloud-provision. An interactive terminal window opens and guides you to provision the required Azure services.
- Follow the guide to log in to Azure and finish the provisioning process.
The task automates Azure services provisioning. Here are the required items for getting the provision done.
- Azure subscription: It is tied to your Azure account.
- Azure Resource Group: It provides a way to monitor, control access, provision and manage billing for collections of assets that are required to run an application, or used by a client or company department.
- Azure IoT Hub: A fully managed service that enables reliable and secure bidirectional communications between millions of IoT devices and a solution back end.
- Device ID: Before a device can connect to an IoT hub, there must be an entry for that device in the IoT hub’s identity registry.
- After completing the provisioning process, press any key to close the terminal window.