Texas Instruments and Temboo

Announcing Support for Texas Instruments SimpleLink

TI has been collaborating with Temboo to help developers quickly connect their SimpleLink Wi-Fi wireless MCUs to dozens of cloud services. Temboo’s code generation and import into CCS Cloud are powerful tools that will allow users to quickly develop IoT applications leveraging TI’s SimpleLink MCU platform.

Daniel Ogilvie, microcontroller applications engineer, TI

We’re pleased to announce Temboo’s new code support for the Texas Instruments SimpleLink microcontroller platform. Building industrial IoT applications is now faster and simpler with built-in Temboo support for TI RTOS and direct integration into TI’s Code Composer Studio Cloud web-based IDE.


Introducing Exciting New Capabilities

  • Automated code generation for TI’s SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3220S and CC3220SF wireless MCUs with more devices to come
  • Integration with TI’s SimpleLink SDKs and TI RTOS
  • Direct code importing from Temboo.com to TI’s CCS Cloud IDE
  • Temboo sensor data visualization graphs for TI hardware

Connecting sensors, actuators, microcontrollers, and other embedded hardware components to cloud services involves a lot of challenges. Working with TI, we’ve been able to significantly reduce the complexity and friction involved in programming for the Internet of Things.

-Trisala Chandaria, co-founder of Temboo

Now Temboo machine-generates production-ready embedded hardware application code for TI’s new SimpleLink MCU platform.

Additionally, generated code can be imported directly into TI’s cloud-based software development tools. No downloading software libraries, configuring your IDE, or running firmware updates.

Temboo and TI have worked together to provide a seamless developer experience, meaning that embedded hardware can be programmed in minutes to connect to any API and also stream sensor readings to Temboo’s data visualization service for devices.


Get started

Get started generating code for your SimpleLink device today. Documentation and tutorials for these new TI programming capabilities can be found here.