I am trying to send and receive parse push notification with my intel edison.
I found this tutorial and i managed to do this with the sample project in the tutorial.
The tutorial : https://github.com/intel-iot-devkit/parse-embedded-sdks-intel intel-iot-devkit/parse-embedded-sdks-intel · GitHub
After doing the tutorial i tried to include the parse SDK in the eclipse but I was not able to do this. (I wanted to do this because i want to write code in eclipse, not in the command line of edison)
Here it says that it is possible to write code that implies Parse but i do not know how to do this without getting errors.
Link to the parse embedded SDK : https://www.parse.com/docs/downloads Downloads & Changelogs | Parse ( on the bottom )
Can you help me ?
Which OS are you using?
Are you installing the SDK with the following commands?
Are you including the parse.h in the …\iotdk-ide-linux\devkit-x86\sysroots\i586-poky-linux\usr\include folder?
Could you attach the error you are getting while compiling the code?
I managed to add the parse library in the IoT Eclipse.
I copied the .so , .o files that were generated by the instalation of Parse SDK on Edison into the lib folder of Eclipse. Then I added the .h file of the Parse lib into the include folder of Eclipse and it worked.
Thank you for the reply,
Now I am having another problem, I tried to work with an Azure IoT hub but it requires cmake version 3 and I tried to install it by downloading the sh install file and running it but it is not working.
Do you have any idea how to install cmake version 3 on intel Edison ?
I'm glad to know that you have been able to run the Parse SDK.
Which sh file are you running?
I suggest you to download the source files for cmake3.4.2 and follow the instructions to install this package in the README.rst file
tar –xvf cmake3.4.2.tar.gz
From the README.rst:
Building CMake from Scratch
You need to have a compiler and a make installed.
Run the ``bootstrap`` script you find the in the source directory of CMake.
You can use the ``--help`` option to see the supported options.
You may use the ``--prefix=`` option to specify a custom
installation directory for CMake. You can run the ``bootstrap`` script from
within the CMake source directory or any other build directory of your
- choice. Once this has finished successfully, run ``make`` and
``make install``. In summary::
$ ./bootstrap && make && make install
I hope this helps