Bluetooth UUIDs can be a bit confusing at first, and there are some differences in how mobile platforms advertise these values that can lead to incompatibility problems in your application.
After you’ve fed some data into the Proximity Beacon API, how do you retrieve that information client-side when the mobile device observes your beacons out in the wild? In this article, we’ll discuss how the Nearby Messages API provides the missing link to make this easy.
Google’s Proximity Beacon API provides an abstraction layer for managing beacon deployments in the field. In this article, you will learn the basics concepts related to the Beacon API, and how to get an API project set up with Google.
Walkthrough of Google’s Eddystone beacon formats, Proximity Beacon API, and the Physical Web from AnDevCon Boston 2015.
From the AnDevCon 2014 session, where Dave explains how the updates to Bluetooth LE in Android 5.0 have brought new features and hopefully more stability.
Bluetooth Low Energy (or LE) is a very cool technology. The possibilities it enables for the connected world via mobile devices are simply amazing. Thanks to my friends over at NewCircle, we recorded a video tutorial for building this new technology into your Android applications.