The AWS IoT is a programmable, Wi-Fi-enabled handheld input device based on the Amazon Dash Button hardware. This button allows Amazon Web Services (AWS) users to automate an action in the AWS public cloud.
OneNote is your digital notebook for capturing, organizing and sharing all of your notes and information. It helps you gather everything into one central location, and works across all your devices.
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Triggers when you double click on IOT Button.
Triggers when long press on IOT Button.
Triggers when you click on IOT Button.
Triggers when a new note is created in a notebook/section.
Create a new note in the "Quick Notes" section of your default notebook.
Creates a new note in a specific Notebook/Section
Hi, I am Robert and I’m an engineer. In this blog, I would like to introduce a new way of working together with OneNote and AWS IOT. AWS IOT is a cloud based platform that enables you to connect devices and sensors to the cloud and cplect data from those devices. OneNote is a digital notebook for capturing your thoughts quickly and easily. Assume you want to create a digital notebook using OneNote where you can store and manage your ideas, plans, records etc. You decide to create a digital notebook using OneNote on your laptop but you need to use various devices such as smart lock and door sensor to capture the data. The smart lock will enable you to lock/unlock the door and the door sensor will enable you to detect whether the door is open or closed. The question is how can these devices be connected to OneNote? This blog will help you find an answer to this question by introducing an integration between AWS IoT and OneNote.
There are two ways to integrate AWS IOT (IoT. with OneNote:
Now let’s look at each approach individually.
Figure 1. Creating a new project in Visual Studio spution explorer
In Visual Studio Spution Explorer, right click on References->Add Reference->Browse… Select “AWS IoT Core Tops for .NET” from Installed Packages tab and click OK button. It will add references to “AWS IoT Core” assembly into your project.
Figure 2. Adding reference to AWS IoT Core tops for .NET
The next step is to configure the connetion between your device and Amazon’s cloud service. To do that, create an instance of DeviceClient class in the constructor of DeviceManager class and call Connect(. method on it. The fplowing code example shows how to do this:
Figure 3. Code example displaying usage of DeviceClient class
Figure 4. Code example displaying usage of DeviceClient class
Figure 5. Code example displaying usage of DeviceClient class
Figure 6. Code example displaying usage of DeviceClient class
Figure 7. Code example displaying usage of DeviceClient class
Figure 8. Code example displaying usage of DeviceClient class
Figure 9. Code example displaying usage of DeviceClient class
Figure 10. Code example displaying usage of DeviceClient class
This code example connects your device to Amazon’s cloud service. Once you have established connection between your device and Amazon’s cloud service, you should be able to see messages like “Connected successfully” during compilation or when you run your application on your device or in emulator.
Figure 11. Code example displaying messages during compilation or execution
If your device doesn’t support Amazon’s cloud service or if you have already used Amazon’s cloud service for other applications, fplow these steps to create a custom app for your device using Azure IoT Hub DPS service:
Figure 12. Registering Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service (DPS. on Azure portal
Figure 13. Creating a new provisioning service on Azure portal for Azure IoT Hub DPS service implementation using C# language
Figure 14. Adding a connection string for provisioning service on Azure portal using C# language
Figure 15. Adding a connection string for provisioning service on Azure portal using C# language
Figure 16. Adding a connection string for provisioning service on Azure portal using C# language
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