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This is an example on how connecting the AT88CKECC-AWS-XSTK dev kit from Atmel, utilizing the Exosite C library to Exosite's Murano.

Find the full Murano integration guide on The Ecc508-Samg55-Winc1500 SDK documentation page.

  1. Install Atmel Studio
  2. Install git
  3. git clone https://github.com/exosite/example_c_atsamg55XplainedPRO_atmelStudio.git
  4. cd example_c_atsamg55XplainedPRO_atmelStudio
  5. git submodule init
  6. git submodule update
  7. In Atmel Studio: Open > Project/Solution…
  8. Navigate to example_c_atsamg55XplainedPRO_atmelStudio.atsln
  9. Open the file example_c_atsamg55XplainedPRO_atmelStudio/src/config/conf_exosite.h.
  10. Edit the #define MAIN_WLAN_SSID, replacing <SSID> with the SSID of your secure Wi-Fi access point (e.g., linksys, NETGEAR, etc.).
  11. Edit the #define MAIN_WLAN_PSK, replacing <PASSWORD> with the password to your Wi-Fi access point.
  12. Edit the #define EXOPAL_PRODUCT_ID, replacing <PRODUCT_ID> with your Product ID from the first step in this tutorial.
  13. Save the file.
  14. Build > Rebuild Solution
  15. Debug > Start Without Debugging (Ctrl+Alt+F5)
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