You may already know, but the sample codes are here:
In addition, I think you can use starter codes from BLE kit tutorial for the basics except for BLE part.
They both use psoc creater ide to generate and program the codes for bluetooth.
Of course, you will have to improvise some settings base on the wifi-bt kit.
Hmm. Thanks for providing the link; I did already encounter that resource. However, I think I'm still confused. PSoC Creator can be used to generate the bluetooth UART protocol to communicate with the LBEE5KL1DX-883?
I'm not an expert on this, but I think it can.
I did a few BLE sample tutorial working on Wifi-BT kit.
They both have PSoC 6 on the kit and firmware is written on either of M4 or M0+ core.
From my understanding, PSoC Creator is just a helper tool to generate the embedded code easily, not a kit specific or binding requirement.
Ah. Yeah, I've seen the BLE sample code, but I'm specifically interested in bluetooth, not BLE. I'm sure that I could figure it out with sufficient time, but I'm hoping that some starter code works for BT operation so that I can get started quicker.
I'm not talking about the BLE feature. What I'm mentioning is this BLE "Tutorial" which teaches using BLE kit.
and here is BLE tutorial for PSoC 6.
Maybe I should just call it psoc tutorial instead of BLE tutorial.
BLE is just a feature in Bluetooth v4. In order to teach how to use BLE, it needs to cover basic Bluetooth.
So, what I'm suggesting is to look into that part except for the BLE part.
Oh, that clarifies things a bit. Thanks a lot Nathan!
No problem. I'm in as same learning curve as you are.
Hope you find the tutorial useful.