May 13, 2016
I recently got an opportunity to work on building an application that lets users interact with the ThingSpeak channels in a seamless way.
This application is called IoT Channel Explorer.
It is an intuitive webpage that allows users to generate random data and push this data into the ThingSpeak Channels, manually insert a specific data point to a channel and fetch the top data entries from the channel.
The user can customize the channel parameters by giving it's own read and write api keys and the field number for the channel.
The webpage has sufficient information at various places to help the user understand what exactly is going on upon clicking a particular button.
The code for the application can be found here : https://github.com/afan31/iot-channel-explorer
One can follow the steps in the README to quicky setup the application in their local.
In order to let the users get started with using the application without going through the hassles of installation, I have also deployed the application here : https://iot-channel-explorer.herokuapp.com/ (please change the channel parameters by clicking on the wrench icon in the top-right before proceeding)
Suggestions for improvement are more than welcome.
May 13, 2016
Thanks Hans. Yes, an extra space is there in the original link.
The updated link for the code is :
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