What's New The DevKit is now using Azure IoT Workbench, an integrated tool on Visual Studio Code to develop IoT application.
Essential modules and sensors on the board save your time and money
Wifi, OLED display, headphone, microphone, sensors like temperature, humidity, motion, pressure, you will love how much time and money you save to build your best IoT project.
"This eliminates the need to have electronics knowledge and the need to do any wiring or soldering in order to get started prototyping IoT solutions."
Visual Studio Code streamlines your development experiences
Visual Studio Code is lightweight and your goto editor of choice. It is your all-in-one tool from coding the first line to deploying to the cloud.
"The sample code included scripts taking advantage of Visual Studio Code’s built-in terminal, so I didn’t have to leave my IDE to use the Azure Portal."
Cloud empowers your IoT solutions to next level
Code your IoT solution in the cloud! Using Azure services like IoT Hub, Stream Analytics, Machine Learning to build the best IoT solutions.
"Getting excited about this awesome new product from @MicrosoftIoT build a #Cloud powered #IoT app in mins!"
Use DevKit as a client to send messages to MQTT server.
Turn DevKit as a translator by using Bing Speech Translator service.
Use the motion sensor to detect shaking and find a random tweet with a #hashtag.