I have successfully connected board(EK-TM4C1294XL ) code(qs_iot) with exosite.
I can control the board button ON OFF state from dashboard UI in ti.exosite.com
Now I need to develop a mobile app which can directly control the ON OFF led state on board without using ti.exosite.com UI, It would be great if you provide the API documentation and other important things I need to follow to successfully control
This documentation for Exosite’s legacy platform does exist, it is just behind a couple pages. Here is a link to it directly. Your mobile app can use your Portals user auth to talk to Portals resources. Appending to datasource data is going to be the way that you write to the state resource of the qs_iot application.
Have you had a chance to try connecting your device to Murano? The One Platform and Portals stack is our legacy platform and we are not often making updates to it. If you want the latest Exosite software, I would use Murano.
curl 'https://ti.exosite.com/api/portals/v1/data-sources/2bafb54e964aece3e1eabe784f0fdb8bb2e9385b/data' \
-X GET \
-u 'email@example.com:mypassword' \
2bafb54e964aece3e1eabe784f0fdb8bb2e9385b is the Resource Identifier(AKA, RID.) of your junction temperature resource. An RID is just the unique name of a resource inside Exosite’s One Platform. Without proper auth, there isn’t much anyone can do with that information. Putting your user auth in the example request I made above should allow you to fetch that resource’s data.
For your reference I edited your post to obfuscate your email address and CIK. I have yet to run into people abusing the public information on this forum, but it is possible. That CIK is the master key to your device and people could do whatever they wanted to it, more details can be found in the pinned post below:
I would seriously consider re-generating a new CIK as-soon-as-possible.
You also probably don’t want people to scrape your email address on this forum.
@Lokesh - are you sure that you are sending what you pasted on the forum? That append data to datasource call looks just right to me. Could one of the characters be incorrectly encoded before it is sent?