Hello everyone, I'm part_robot. I'm completely new to Arduino - and this forum - so apologies if what I'm saying makes no sense!
I'm developing a project that sends some button presses and various sensor data to my iPhone via BLE. The Curie of the 101 is interesting to me because it's fast with out-of-the-box BLE... but once I've roughed out the basics, I'd like to build a miniature version and here I'm a bit suspicious about the Curie; the ecosystem seems pretty sparse.
So when it comes to creating my miniature BLE controller/bridge should I:
- Go for the 101 and shrink down to the Curie later? Assuming there even is a hobbyiest Curie board out there as I couldn't find one.
- Go for a standard Arduino with the aim of shrinking the package down for the prototype using something like ATtiny? E.g. Tiny BLE (link)
All help is very welcome!