Pebble Timeline node for Node-RED

The reason behind the last post was so that I could create a node for Node-RED to send pins to the Timeline on a Pebble smartwatch. To use this you obviously need a Pebble Time (or a classic Pebble once the Timeline update is available) but you will also need a Timeline user token which […]

Sending Pins to the Pebble Timeline

There are a number of different libraries available for sending pins to the Timeline on a Pebble watch, including those for Javascript, Node.js, Ruby, Python, PHP and C.  To use any of these you need a unique user token which is a UUID unique to both an app installed on the watch and the user, I […]

Pebble, the E-Paper Smartwatch

Another Kickstarter project that I backed early last year was the Pebble E-Paper Watch for iPhone and Android, it was phenomenally successful, raising an amazing $10 million even though it only had a goal of $100,000. It has been over 10 years since I’ve worn a watch but I knew as soon as I saw the Pebble that […]