maybe you wanted to say "I am bored", not "I am booring".
Alright, first of all I am sorry for all the troubles. The truth is that Bridge Project somewhat lacks appropriate level of documentation support. If you remember we used to have BigClown Dashboard in the past (small Node.js web application displaying widgets). We will not continue with that anymore. Also we have discontinued support for Docker containers. Docker is a great technology but it was not perfect fit for our use-case with hardware (because of access privileges and security reasons).
So what can you do next?
Well, we have GitHub repository bc-bridge which can operate in mode between the hardware and MQTT broker. You can find it here:
These are the steps to install it on Raspberry Pi:
sudo apt-get install build-essential cmake git libudev-dev
git clone --recursive https://github.com/bigclownlabs/bc-bridge.git
mkdir -p bc-bridge/build
cmake --build .
Then you can run it with this command and see the data from sensors right away:
sudo ./bc-bridge -f
You can also connect bc-bridge with MQTT broker, please see --help for more information:
So how can you visualize your data? We recommend Node-RED. It is very versatile tool for not only visualizing data but also automating your tasks. You can find some tutorials on Node-RED here:
Also I want to point out that our primary focus is on Core Module and SDK. It is much more flexible and the options what you can do with this fully programmable solution are way beyond Bridge Module. Do you have some Core Module? Feel free to stop by and we will give you one.
Let me know if you come across any troubles.