New Dashboard Features

For the last few weeks, we have been working on creating some new dashboard features that are now available in a beta version. Some of these new features and widgets have been requested by thinger.io clients; but, as always, they revert back to the community and will be available very

Node-RED Integration

Date: Expected to be released in September Component: Node-RED Release Note: After several months without publishing our progresses here, we want to to start sharing our updates here as before. Today we have to announce that we are working in a library for Node-RED that allows working with Workflows, adding

Thinger.io uses Ubuntu Core & snaps for easy ...

Thinger.io is a Spanish start up founded in 2015 who aim to enable any developer or organisation to develop IoT applications across a range of sectors, with examples including smart cities, Industry 4.0 and energy monitoring. Thinger.io has already grown to have 10,000 registered users of their platform but with

New console documentation!

We have recently updated our console documentation to cover all the configurable aspects on it. We have included information for device management, data buckets, dashboards, endpoints and access tokens. Hope everything is more clear now! The documentation is available at: http://docs.thinger.io/console/

Creating real-time IoT dashboards for Sigfox devic...

In the latest server update, we released a new feature, called Access Tokens, which allows controlling the access to our Thinger.io resources from the REST API. It is quite similar to the Identity and Access Management (IAM) from Amazon Web Services, in the way you can specify what kind of resource and

Running Thinger.io IoT server on Amazon Web Servic...

Some weeks ago, we released Ubuntu Snap packages for installing the IoT server easily on Ubuntu Core, or Ubuntu 16.04. Today we have updated the instructions for a more reliable setup, specially for keeping the MongoDB instance running after reboot. Moreover, we have prepared an AMI (Amazon Machine Image) that allows deploying a sandboxed IoT