Swift, a powerful and intuitive programming language for macOS, iOS, watchOS, tvOS and beyond, has seen widespread use across a range of developer projects.
Recently, the Introduction to Bluetooth® Beacons Study Guide saw a new update that outlines how to implement Swift on an iOS platform, allowing you to use a modern, powerful programming language to create Bluetooth beacons. With help from this self-study educational resource, you get insight into the theory and practice of developing and integrating Bluetooth beacons into existing products and applications.
This study guide also:
- Helps you build a Bluetooth beacon station on a Raspberry Pi board and implement it on iOS and Android as an app
- Includes a new template Swift source code for reference
- Provides added support for Raspberry Pi 4 and the latest BlueZ v5.50 installation
Download this updated study guide, and get step-by-step guidance for creating a fully optimized, powerful Bluetooth beacon.
Kai Ren is Technical Program Manager for the APAC region at the Bluetooth SIG. He has more than 8 years of experience in design and development of wireless sensor networks, specializing in short range, low power wireless technology. His goal at the Bluetooth SIG is to build out Bluetooth’s developer program in the APAC region, helping developers bring innovative applications and products to market.