For Microsoft Windows and Google Android
The following software is free to download and use.
If you should have any problems with, or have ideas on improving the software, then please Get in Touch.
The Swintechnics Device Discoverer app shows a real-time list of Swintechnics devices available on your local area network, and gives detailed information about each device.
The web site (if available) for each device can be accessed easily by pressing the ‘OPEN’ button for that device.
The detailed technical information about a particular device can be shown by pressing the ‘i’ button.
Information shown includes the devices Serial Number, the NetBIOS name, MAC address, IPv4 address, the HTTP port number that serves the web pages, whether or not a Wifi module is fitted (i.e. Wifi + Ethernet or Ethernet only), the current network interface being used (Wifi or Ethernet), software versions for firmware and bootloader, as well as information for any expansion devices that may be connected.
The Swintechnics APP Creator allows you to design your own ‘Stand-alone’ app that can communicate with a Swintechnics ‘mIoTa’ device giving full real-time wireless control over your mIoTa based project.
Using a variety of flexible graphical controls, you can design the look of your app and how it interacts with the mIoTa’s system/user variables and functions.
From simple buttons and LED’s to more complex controls such as track-bars and line graphs, you can create a fully functioning control app within minutes.
Simply select the controls you need, position them, change how they look, and set which of the mIoTa’s variables each control will interact with.
When your APP is done, you can name it, save it to the library and then create a shortcut on your home screen. Pressing the shortcut icon will run your design as if it were a ‘stand-alone’ app.
App designs can be exported and imported for use on other Android or Microsoft Windows® platforms.
When the APP Creator is used in conjunction with Swintechnics mIoTa BASIC even the first time programmer, with little knowledge of network communications can create complex real-time control/monitoring applications.