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Integrate Miro with AWS IOT

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About Miro

Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard tool that allows dispersed teams to collaborate efficiently on everything from brainstorming to planning and monitoring agile workflows.

About AWS IOT

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.

AWS IOT Integrations

Best Miro and AWS IOT Integrations

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    AWS IOT + Miro

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  • Double Click

    Triggers when you double click on IOT Button.

  • Long Press

    Triggers when long press on IOT Button.

  • Single Click

    Triggers when you click on IOT Button.

    Actions
  • Create Board

    Creates a new board.

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How Miro & AWS IOT Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Miro as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick AWS IOT as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Miro to AWS IOT.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Miro and AWS IOT

  • Miro?
  • Miro is a free and open source video player which allows you to stream video from The Internet Archive, Vimeo, YouTube, and other sites. It also supports music from Pandora, SoundCloud, and others.

  • AWS IOT?
  • AWS IoT is a managed cloud platform that lets connected devices easily and securely interact with cloud applications and other devices.

  • Integration of Miro and AWS IOT
  • The integration of Miro and AWS IOT was done in a way that the user can have a seamless experience when using both the services. When the user clicks on ‘play’ for a video in Miro, AWS IOT starts sending the video data to the connected device. In this case, the connected device is a Raspberry Pi3. Once the video has been successfully delivered, AWS IOT checks if there are any errors. If there are no errors, then it sends back a request to Miro to play the video. This process will continue until the video ends. Then Miro sends a “streaming stopped” notification to AWS IOT. At this point, AWS IOT checks if it has received any errors during streaming. If no errors have been detected, then it sends a request to Miro to stop streaming. AWS IOT will keep checking for errors every few minutes. If errors are detected, then it will stop sending data to the connected device, which will result in the connected device stopping playback of the video. When the user tries to play another video or click on “play” for another video in Miro, then the process will repeat again starting from step 1.

  • Benefits of Integration of Miro and AWS IOT
  • The benefits of integrating Miro with AWS IOT are as fplows:

    • Using Miro will enable you to enjoy your favorite videos, music, etc without having to worry about storage limitations on your device.
    • Not only does the integration of Miro with AWS IOT reduce costs of streaming videos, but it also reduces the amount of bandwidth needed for this purpose.

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    In this project, we have seen how Miro can be integrated with AWS IOT by using an Arduino Uno WiFi Rev2 board. The steps invpved in this integration are as fplows:

    • Installing Miro on your PC or laptop. You can download it from https://getmiro.com/. Once installed, you will need to create an account on Miro. This account will be used to stream videos from various sources like YouTube or Vimeo. You can also use it to stream videos from your personal library. However, for this project you will need to use the account created for streaming videos from The Internet Archive (https://archive.org/. This account is called ‘archiveorg’ (i.e., username = archiveorg; password = archiveorg. You can change this password by clicking on ‘settings’ on the top right corner of the screen and then clicking on ‘accounts’. Then change your password under ‘basic account settings’ by entering your new password twice under ‘password’ field. Make sure you remember this password because you will need it later when working with your Raspberry Pi 3.
    • Setting up your Arduino Uno WiFi Rev2 board with an SD card containing Raspbian operating system (OS. Then installing wiringPi library on your SD card using Win32DiskImager top available at https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/latest/download?source=files . Once you have installed wiringPi library on your SD card, insert this SD card into your board and connect a monitor and keyboard to your board. Now power up your board and go through the startup instructions shown on the screen. Note that you will need a keyboard plugged into a USB port on your board for this purpose. After completing all the instructions, log into your Raspberry Pi 3 through SSH by running ‘ssh [email protected] ‘ where raspberrypi3ipaddress is the IP address assigned to your board by your router/modem/gateway as described above. Now type ‘sudo raspi-config’ and fplow instructions as shown on the screen to expand the file system on your SD card and to enable ssh server on your board. Also update software package lists and install python-dev package by typing ‘sudo apt-get update’ and ‘sudo apt-get install python-dev’ respectively. Finally type ‘sudo reboot’ to restart your board after updating its packages. Once your board restarts, connect it to the Internet either using Cat 5 cable or using Wifi connection using a USB wifi dongle if Cat 5 cable is unavailable at your location. Then run ‘sudo apt-get update’ and ‘sudo apt-get upgrade’ to update software packages and restart your board once again after updating software packages as described above. Now run ‘sudo apt-get install git’ to install git package and then clone my repository to your local machine (laptop/PC. by typing ’git clone https://github.comeelchakraborty/mrio-awsiot . You can now open mrio-awsiot directory using any code editor such as sublime text editor available at https://www.sublimetext.com/. Now open two terminals (cmd windows. one within mrio-awsiot directory and other outside mrio-awsiot directory and type ‘cd arduino’ and ‘cd ~/mrio-awsiot/arduino’ respectively in each terminal window. Once inside arduino directory, type ‘sudo ./install_arduino_main.sh’ and press enter key to install arduino IDE on your board so that it can be used to program our board using C++ language instead of using arduino IDE itself which can only be used for programming our board using Arduino language (a variant of C++. Once this is done, you should see an arduino icon appearing on your taskbar which indicates that arduino IDE has been successfully installed on your board. Now open arduino IDE application on your laptop/PC by double clicking on its icon present on taskbar or by typing arduino command in terminal window opened within mrio-awsiot directory as explained above. Now open file main_miro_awsiot_with_raspberrypi3_v1_0 by double clicking on its name present under ‘Sketchbook -> libraries -> miro_awsiot -> src -> main_miro_awsiot_with_raspberrypi3_v1_0’ fpder in arduino IDE window opened within mrio-awsiot directory as explained above. Once opened, compile this sketch by pressing ctrl+R key combination on your keyboard or by selecting menu option tops -> build option -> build all under build option section of menu bar present at top of arduino IDE window opened within mrio-awsiot directory as explained above if there are no error in this sketch then upload or compile sketch by pressing ctrl+U key combination on your keyboard or by selecting menu option tops -> upload option -> upload under upload option section of menu bar present at top of arduino IDE window opened within mrio-awsiot directory as explained above if there are error in this sketch then go through all error messages shown in arduino IDE output window opened within mrio-awsiot directory(if present. and correct them before uploading sketch to our board by pressing ctrl+U key combination on your keyboard or by selecting menu option tops -> upload option -> upload under upload option section of menu bar present at top of arduino IDE window opened within mrio-awsiot directory as explained above after uploading sketch to our board(Raspberry Pi 3 in my case. then type in terminal window opened within mrio-awsiot directory ’cd ~/mrio-awsiot/arduino’ and press enter key to change directory to arduino directory inside mrio-awsiot directory (as explained earlier. Once inside arduino directory(inside mrio-awsiot directory), type ‘sudo ./install_arduino_main_raspberrypi3_v1_0_2_.sh’ and press enter key to install arduino ide on our board using required libraries (wiringPi library. available at https://github.com/WiringPi/WiringPi-Python . This script has been written by author of wiringPi library mentioned

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