With the release of the nRF51 IoT SDK, I guess quite a few would like to start playing with it.
To ease starting up, and enabling you to do a simple "hello world", I have written a step-by-step guide on how to ping6 a PCA10028 from a Raspberry Pi.
You may download it here.
Hope you find it useful.
@reidarma : Thanks for your advice!! But, I can work IoT(IPv6) with nRF51 Dungle :-)
Now I'm thinking IPv6 tunnel application on Android/iPhone. Still almost network is working IPv4 network, so if I develop IPv6 tunnel(router) application working on Android/iPhone, connected to the Android/iPhone bluetooth application can have an IPv6 connectivity at everywhere, everytime. (but needed IPv6/IPv4 tunnel server like a 6to4).
@hirotakaster: To put it short, the dongle will work for some development, but the DK is the most flexible solution that you should use for IoT development,
You can indeed use the nRF51 dongle, but you are missing out easy to use buttons to in example emulate sensor inputs for your development. The PCA10028 (DK) has arduino form factor, which enables the possibility to use a range of arduino shields.
Awesome!! nice document!!
BTW, now I want to get the nRF51 Dongle or DK(from Digikey). If I get the nRF51 dongle, I can use nRF51 IoT SDK and IPv6 over Bluetooth?
*applause* great guide!
@Samuel: Thanks for the feedback, we will do a fix for the issue you have found in the script soon.
I am glad you managed to test your setup