There isn't a separate class for configuring BLE Services. A service is identified by its UUID, and this UUID passed in when creating the
BleCharacteristic object(s) for the service. For example:
// The "Health Thermometer" service is 0x1809. // See https://www.bluetooth.com/specifications/gatt/services/ BleUuid healthThermometerService(0x1809); // We're using a well-known characteristics UUID. They're defined here: // https://www.bluetooth.com/specifications/gatt/characteristics/ // The temperature-measurement is 16-bit UUID 0x2A1C BleCharacteristic temperatureMeasurementCharacteristic("temp", BleCharacteristicProperty::NOTIFY, BleUuid(0x2A1C), healthThermometerService);
The health thermometer only has a single characteristic, however if your service has multiple characteristics you can add them all this way.
You can also create custom services by using a long UUID. You define what characteristic data to include for a custom service. UUIDs are described below.