-Open the Arduino™ IDE, go to 'Sketch'-->'Include Library'-->'Add .ZIP Library'.
-Select the file 'InvIoT.zip' from your browser download folder and press 'OK'.
If you are going to connect InvIoTs together with NRF24, you also need to install the Library RF24:
-On the Arduino ™IDE, go to 'Sketch'-->'Include Library'-->'Manage Libraries'.
-Wait few seconds, and in the 'filter your search...' type 'RF24'
-Install 'RF24 by TMRh20'. Use the latest version.
You are done!
On your folder /Arduino/libraries there is a new folder 'InvIoT'.
Inside that folder you will find an index.html. There is a offline manual with extra examples for the library. The same help can be found at http://www.arduIoT.com/helpInvIoT_U1/"
Please spend some time to take a look of the examples.
Examples are broken down to:
-Menus and function time Sharing
-Clock. Using the RTC3231 clock. Useful example to set the clock.
-NRF24. Combine with the library RF24, you can easy connect InvIoTs together and send data to each other.
-EEPROM. When using WiFi you need a lot of strings, so you will need functions to store the strings in the EEPROM.
-WiFi ESP8266. Few examples with ESP8266. More are coming up.