The Ultimate Guide to ORM in Android using ActiveAndroid: Part 5

ActiveAndroid TypeSerializers In the last post we learned the basics of saving and querying with ActiveAndroid. We built a simple UI for our app and glimpsed our first tangible example of ActiveAndroid at work. This post will focus on an important part of developing with ActiveAndroid: TypeSerializers. ActiveAndroid knows how to Read More …

The Ultimate Guide to ORM in Android using ActiveAndroid: Part 4

ActiveAndroid Basics – Saving and Querying All code for this series is located here. Part 3 of this series gave an in-depth look at how to set up your model classes using ActiveAndroid. This post will focus on how to save your models to your database and how to perform basic queries. Read More …

The Ultimate Guide to ORM in Android using ActiveAndroid: Part 3

ActiveAndroid Basics – Models All code for this series is located here. In the previous post I went over how to get ActiveAndroid up and running in your application, now we are going to implement our first Models. Disclaimer: This post will be longer than the previous two and will include some Read More …

The Ultimate Guide to ORM in Android using ActiveAndroid: Part 2

Getting Started with ActiveAndroid All code for this series is located here. In my last post I gave a short intro to Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) and the ActiveAndroid library. This post will focus on how to hit the ground running with ActiveAndroid. We will look at the different ways to instantiate Read More …

From smartphones to smart homes: How Tack Mobile is making a name for themselves with IoT | Built In Colorado

When Denver’s Tack Mobile got its start in 2011, the three-person company was interested in working on small screens and connected hardware. At the time, that mostly meant phones and tablets. But with the rise of the Internet of Things, the concept of “connected hardware” has expanded to include thermostats, garage door Read More …

Computer control using electromyography (EMG)

Project Summary: My project team designed an EMG system that would use muscle movements to control a golf video game. The purpose was to aid in muscular rehabilitation after events such as a stroke. Intro and Background: This project was the final assignment f or my Medical Instrumentation course. It was Read More …

Arduino based 3-Lead ECG

Project Summary: This project was part of my Medical Instrumentation course at UW – Madison. The assignment was to design a 3-lead ECG, acquire the signal using an Arduino Uno, and process the signal in LabVIEW. We implemented the Pan-Tompkins heartbeat algorithm in real time in LabVIEW. We designed our Read More …