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I want to develop an AWS IoT application on a TI device. Where can I find some good resources to help me get started?
SimpleLink SDKs should be used as a starting point for development:
The recommended starting point for CC32XX-based development is the SimpleLink CC32XX Plugin for AWS IoT (click the Download All arrow on the right side of the page). You can also browse the Quick Start Guide for more details.
The Plugin for AWS IoT builds upon the SimpleLink SDK, and includes a copy of the sources from a specific branch in TI's AWS IoT git repo (described below). Pairing the SimpleLink SDK with the Plugin for AWS IoT and your IDE of choice (CCS, IAR and GCC are supported), you have everything you need to get started.
You can even review documentation and begin evaluating using the Plugin via TI's Resource Explorer in the cloud.
Amazon's repo currently has one branch (master), which has several release tags on it. The format of Amazon's release tags are a 'v' followed by a major.minor.patch build number (e.g. v3.0.1).
TI will create a branch for Amazon's significant release tags and add support for TI devices. To see which branch the Plugin is based upon check the Validation Information section in the Plugin's Release Notes.
As of December 2019, TI supports the CC32XX and MSP432E4 families of devices.
Users with TI-specific support questions should post them to the TI E2E forums
Users with general questions about AWS IoT should post them to the AWS IoT forums
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