I can't find any responses to questions asked in the forum. There seems to be no way to buy these. The only sign of life is that there are posts that people got the boards they paid for through kick starter.
You wouldn't think they would let this die. It seems worthwhile and potentially profitable.
This sort of device is perfect for a prototype I am building. I haven't found any others like it, MCU married to the bluetooth function.
Also, anyone know if bluetooth can be peer to peer or if it is like USB in that one end has to be master and the other slave? I'm talking about hardware. If the only difference between the two ends is software it doesn't matter to me. I just want to have two MCUs talking over a virtual serial port connection.
I found RFduino and that seems to be right up the alley. Some of the documentation is a bit odd though. They show code examples of*functions* which appear to be used like a variable.
RFduinoBLE.send() is a function. Here is their example.
RFduinoBLE.send = (myarray, 5); //Sends a character array called myarray with a length of 5
Is this something in C that I missed? Or maybe they aren't using C?