The purpose of this document is to help users who are already familiar with the PSoC Creator BLE design flow to quickly get started with their BLE designs in WICED Studio. This post tries to explain the structure of a WICED BLE application and in the end explains how a user can quickly get started with an application. This blog will be using the hello_sensor application 20706-A2 Bluetooth SDK as an example. However, the same holds good for other WICED Bluetooth chips as well.
Note that this blog post does not aim to explain Bluetooth functionalities, rather assumes that the reader is already aware of BLE basics.