Particle developers, take heart.
Porter is here to get things in order.
We’ve been there ourselves.
When you get an idea, you want to dive in and move fast. But you end up getting distracted by UI busywork: cobbling something together, keeping it in sync with your code, and sometimes a clean-up scramble to demo your work.
The Porter app lightens the workload by taking care of the UI.
Porter scans your on-device code and creates a sweet-looking interface for all functions and variables, with a range of easy to use input controls. That means you can develop, test, and demo without a single line of UI code. And that means you can move faster than anyone writing their own dev interfaces.
Someday you’ll likely write your own interface. But until then, the Porter app is at your side, doing days of work in seconds.
Porter is built exclusively for Particle, the prototype-to-production platform for developing Internet of Things products. Developers with connected hardware ideas have embraced Particle, and Porter is at their side to make work go faster and look better.
Connect to Particle Cloud and all your devices appear, ready to command. Support for up to ten devices at a time keeps you on top of multiple projects.
Interact with every function and variable on your device to easily send commands and see responses. When your app changes, Porter automatically updates the UI.
Turn function inputs into buttons, keypads and drop-lists; make variable outputs easy to read; choose the look you want from built-in themes. Your projects become easy on the eyes, and easy to work with.
It’s on. In moments your Particle projects are in your hands with good-looking interfaces, ready wherever and whenever you need them.
More than a Hobby
The Porter app is not a getting started kit, it’s a powerful tool for building on the Particle platform. Designed for professionals, Porter helps you iterate quickly on numerous devices from a single tool that makes your work look great. Even while it’s still in development.
You’ve already got lots to do — let Porter carry the UI workload so you can get more done.