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Welcome to mHealth
Welcome to the mHealth Developer Bootcam. We’re excited to have you here. Keep in
mind that the mHealth Platform is currently in early Beta — this is your chance to help
shape the future of the ecosystem.
Please don’t hesitate to ask questions of the Foundry staff ﬂoating around throughout the
day. We’re excited to see what you will build!
Sign up as an AT&T Developer
In order to participate in the mHealth Bootcamp, you must ﬁrst join the AT&T
Developer Program. Unlock access to AT&T resources that will help you Learn,
Develop, Launch, and Support:
2. Sign up as an mHealth Developer
You’ll also need to sign up as an mHealth Developer (which requires you to create
your own AT&T id and mHealth accounts):
3. Sign up for a wellness device account
The mHealth Platform is launching with support for three featured wellness devices.
In order to develop with these devices on the mHealth Platform, you should
familiarize yourself with how they work and the types of data they track:
4. Get up to speed on the Platform
Get a head start on learning the tools you’ll need to build mHealth powered mobile
apps. mHealth apps can be built in HTML5 using the Sencha Touch framework
), or compiled as a native app for iOS or
Android. Android PhoneGap developers can also leverage the mHealth Labs
Pairing Plugin which provides support for Bluetooth and ANT+ device level pairing
with PhoneGap (
5. mHealth Platform Developer Agreement
Make sure you read and understand the terms of the mHealth Platform Developer
6. Dig into the API Docs
Once you’ve obtained your developer account, head over to the mHealth Developer
Portal to dig into the docs: http://mhealth.att.com/dev/documentation
7. Download our Sample App
Say hello to SlumberScore. You can download the app source code at the Dev
And, you can access the app directly at:
8. Start Developing!
The Bootcamp is staffed by Solution Architects, Engineers, Product Designers, UX
Architects, and Business analysts. Specialists from AT&T, Ericsson, Basho, and
Citrusbyte, will be onsite to assist. Please don’t hesitate to reach out for help!
About the Foundry
The AT&T Foundry facilitates innovation through matching great ideas with the resources
to bring them to market. Our open environment enables a range of innovation that includes
applications, devices, cloud services, enabling technologies, and operations.
mHealth Development Kit
Applications built on top of the mHealth Platform can be compiled to run natively on
mobile operating systems like iOS and Android, or can be built as HTML5 web apps. For
web based applications, mHealth provides libraries and toolkits built on top of Sencha
Touch and PhoneGap to decrease your time to market, and simplify the app design and
Sencha Touch is an HTML5 mobile app framework for developing
web apps with native look-and-feel on Apple iOS and Google
Android touchscreen devices. You can download the framework
PhoneGap is an HTML5 app platform that allows you to author
native applications with web technologies and get access to
device APIs and app stores. Interested in Bluettoth and ANT+
support? Get started with PhoneGap for Android (including a full
mobile emulator) by visiting:
OAuth 2.0 is the next evolution of the OAuth protocol which was
originally created in late 2006. OAuth 2.0 focuses on client
developer simplicity while providing speciﬁc authorization ﬂows for
web applications, desktop applications, mobile phones, and living
Featured Third Party APIs
The mHealth Platform currently support three featured APIs:
by Fitbit, Inc.
The Fitbit is a personal health device that tracks your calories
burned, steps taken, and distance moved per day.
A wiﬁ enabled body scale linked to the web that automatically
records a users weight, fat mass and BMI.
Zeo Personal Sleep Coach
by Zeo, Inc.
is a sleep education tool and motivational program created
to help you understand how you are sleeping.
Dreaming Up Your mHealth App
At the Bootcamp Concepting stations, you’ll ﬁnd a plethora of medical and wellness
devices, personas and user stories, stub users with full data feeds, plus a team ready to
brainstorm and concept with you. We are excited to have fresh eyes, different and
overlapping visions, and product focused engineering teams ready to build apps that
improve the health care ecosystem.
Health + Wellness Devices
A&D Medical Weight Scale
Withings Weight Scale
Zeo Sleep Coach
Wahoo Heart Rate Monitor
Wahoo Cadence Meter
Wahoo Speed Sensor
Blue Libris GPS & Call Center
Vitality Glow Caps
CURRENT PLATFORM SUPPORT
3rd Party Device + Service APIs
Example User Data Feeds
Blood Oxygen Level
GSR (Galvanic Skin Response)
Health Care Industry Specs
HL7 v 3
An interoperability speciﬁcation for Health Care transactions
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