To connect your devices to our Cloud, you first need to create a Project, then you can either install our Agent or use the APIs.
To create a Project, click on "New Project" in the menu on the right. You will have to pick a name, the management interval (the time in seconds between checking for management commands and updates), and the worker interval (the time in seconds between calling the worker task to read your sensors). If you plan to connect your Devices by using the APIs then you can ignore the management interval, but if you will not be calling the API for sending data every "worker interval"" seconds then it will be declared as offline.
After your Project is created, click on "List Projects" on the menu on the right and and note down the Project ID (AID): this is the unique identifier of your Project and will be used to link the Agent or the API calls to this specific Project. You might or might not use it depending on how you chose to send data in the following, but better to save it somewhere handy just in case.
After completing the procedure, you should now see your Simulator appearing in the Device dashboard (either under your Project or under "List Devices") and you are ready to move to the next step.
If you do not plan to use the APIs, but instead you want to take advantage of our full platform and install our Agent on your Devices, or you are using a SImulator, then it's time to add some logic to your Project.
Click on your Project and then on "Code Editor". This is the code that will be sent and executed by the Agent on your Devices (including the Simulator). As you can see it is Python code, and both the "__init__" and the "call" methods of the "worker_task" class do nothing. not implemented. For now, just comment out the "raises" and uncomment the "pass" and the "return", which will just send a fixed (demo) value.
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