TinyOS Documentation Wiki
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Welcome to TinyOS! This is the official TinyOS Documentation Wiki. Look here for how to get started, hardware overviews, and more detailed documentation of the TinyOS tree. Also, everyone is welcome to edit these pages and contribute TinyOS documentation. So please look around, get TinyOS running, and happy embedded programming!
Starting with TinyOS
|TinyOS Overview||General overview of TinyOS|
|Installing TinyOS||Downloading, installing the most recent version of TinyOS (2.1.2), and where to go next|
|The Simplest TinyOS Program||Simple example code that compiles|
|Quick Start Guides||Guide to getting going with TelosB motes|
|Tutorials||An introduction to TinyOS programming|
|TinyOS Programming Manual||This detailed (200 page) book on programming TinyOS 2.0 is an early version of TinyOS Programming (Excerpt with chapters 1-7)|
|TEPs||TinyOS Enhancement Proposals, which describe the TinyOS APIs and their implementations|
|Source Code Documentation||HTML documentation of TinyOS source code|
|nesC 1.3 reference manual||The nesC manual|
|Using TinyOS||Complete list of tutorials, programming guides, and other resources for getting started with TinyOS|
|Supported Hardware Platforms||Layouts, chips, and other details|
|TinyOS Development Tree||The active TinyOS development source tree on GitHub|
|nesC Source Repository||nesC source on GitHub|
Contributing to TinyOS
|Contributing Code to TinyOS|| Using |
|TinyOS 2.x index of contributed code|| Contents of |
|TinyOS Network Protocol Working Group||Notes on the network working group|
Site and other content
|Index||All of the available pages on this site|
|Search engine||Search TinyOS documentation and mailing lists|
|Previous Documentation Sites||Old documentations|
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