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Measure Heart Rate Using Delphi And C++ Builder With The Power Of ThingConnect IoT Device Component Pack

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When I think about Delphi and C++ Builder, the first thing that comes to my mind is powerful third party components that interface with almost everything. Or the syntax we have which is like writing a novel in the English language. RAD Studio comes with hundreds of components that simplify working with probably everything, from standard components to Internet of Things components.

Today, I would like to talk about the Generic Heart Rate Service ThingConnect IoT Devices Component Pack. Generic Heart Rate Monitor is a Bluetooth LE generic component that provides heart rate measurements for IoT devices that use the standard GATT-based heart rate service.

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When you install the Generic Heart Monitor component from the GetIt, you get a complete demo application.

Head over and check out the Generic Heart Monitor component from the GetIt Portal and download it within the IDE!

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Software Developer | CS(CyberSec) Undergrad at APU Malaysia | Delphi/C++ Builder Enthusiast | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Microsoft Azure Certified
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