IoT Toolkit – Licensed under the Apache 2.0 Open Source License
This toolkit can be used to create and manage smart objects for the Internet of Things.
This is a project I created as part of my thesis. I wanted to create a modular IoT toolkit that would make it easy for developers to create and manage smart objects for the Internet of Things.
This IoT Toolkit can be used to manage smart objects by:
Creating new instances with specific parameters
Providing an interface to configure those parameters
Monitoring the status of each object and the system in general
Providing an interface for streaming real-time data from devices
The IoT Toolkit is a set of libraries that allows developers to build applications that are compatible with the Smart Object API.
-Provides a set of libraries that allow developers to build applications compatible with the Smart Object API
-Open source license (Apache 2.0)
IoT Toolkit is an open source platform for developing, testing and deploying IoT-enabled applications in a browser environment.
IoT Toolkit is an open source platform for developing, testing and deploying IoT-enabled applications in a browser environment. The IoT Toolkit combines a software framework with pre-configured hardware components to simplify the development process. It seeks to bring together the best of web development – like HTML 5 and CSS – to create rich user interfaces and support over-the-air firmware updates.
Its simplicity of use makes it ideal for prototyping and demonstrating new ideas. When combined with its lower cost and ease of deployment, this makes the IoT Toolkit popular amongst the maker community.
The Toolkit is a collection of IoT devices and their corresponding Smart Object API. It provides an ecosystem for the rapid prototyping of IoT devices that are interoperable with each other.
It helps in quick development and deployment of new IoT applications by simplifying the process of connecting to and configuring devices.
The idea behind the IoT Toolkit is to create a set of components that developers can use to quickly and easily build IoT applications. The components are all open source, so developers can take, use and modify them to suit their needs.
The Toolkit is divided into three parts: hardware, software and developer tools. The hardware section includes a list of compatible boards that have worked best with the platform so far. This includes Raspberry Pi 3, BeagleBone Black, Intel Edison Kit for Arduino development environment and more. All of these boards are available on Amazon or other retailers for relatively inexpensive prices as well.
The software section is divided by language and also includes instructions on how to start using the RESTful APIs for each language on GitHub. There’s also information about how to set up the SDKs for each language from the command line if you don’t want to work through it from within your code editor or IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
The Internet of things is a network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators and connectivity which enables these objects to collect and exchange data.
This toolkit is software that helps engineers quickly develop applications for the IoT by providing utilities for managing its smart object API. It also provides many libraries for building different types of applications such as web apps and command-line tools.