IoT Toolkit – Uses a modified version of restlite.py for the http server interface under the LGPL license

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A Toolkit for IoT and the Internet of Things, built around the Smart Object API with REST/JSON API.

This Toolkit has been developed under the LGPL license. This license is intended for use if you want to use it in an open source project, possibly commercially.

The toolkit is an outcome of the needs of the Smart Object API project.

The toolkit is a collection of Python scripts and C++ code that implements a RESTful HTTP Server for accessing a device’s IoT Toolkit. The server can be used to store and retrieve data which is required by the Smart Object API project for storing and requesting data from devices.

IoT Toolkit is a set of open source software that provides an interface between IoT devices and the cloud. The primary use case of the toolkit is to enable IoT devices to be monitored and controlled remotely. It facilitates communication with the device via REST calls, MQTT or Web Socket protocols.

The IoT Toolkit is an open source code that enables developers to make the Internet of Things simple. It can be used to build a bridge between devices and virtual objects.

The APIs in this toolkit can provide a platform for developers to easily create, configure, and deploy Smart Objects on devices.

IoT Toolkit is an open API for the Smart Object that can be implemented on a variety of hardware and software platforms. The API provides access to large amounts of real-time and historical data, with events delivered in JSON format.

IoT Toolkit is an open API for the smart object that can be implemented on a variety of hardware and software platforms. The API provides access to large amounts of real-time and historical data, with events delivered in JSON format.

The IoT Toolkit is an open source web service for interacting with the Smart Object API. The toolkit provides a simple interface for developers to test and build against the API and has been built using Python 2.7.

In this section, we will provide a high level overview of what the IoT Toolkit does.

Restlite.py is a Python script that allows RESTful access to an object. It is a non-blocking HTTP server that provides a simple interface to a system of Smart Objects.

The toolkit enables the IoT community to quickly interact with the smart objects in their environment and reliably control them without worrying about timing issues or device connections. When used with other open source software like Node-RED, it can be integrated into more complex applications such as home automation or security systems.

The toolkit runs on Python 3 on Linux, MacOS, or Windows 10 (not tested on older versions of Windows). The restlite module does not work in some restricted environments like the Google App Engine SDK for Python, so it is not compatible with production systems running in those environments.

The IoT Toolkit is a collection of tools and libraries that can be used to interact with Smart Object API.

This toolkit contains modifications of restlite.py for the http server interface under the LGPL license. The modifications were made in order to push data from device to the IoT Toolkit server for analysis.

The IoT Toolkit is a comprehensive open-source Python library for connecting IoT devices to the cloud.

The library provides a restlite.py that may be used as an HTTP server interface, under the LGPL license; this allows the execution of a wide range of REST requests over HTTP, and the subsequent retrieval of device responses from JSON payloads. The library provides helper classes for common tasks like serializing request objects to strings, and generating responses from dictionaries (e.g., for translating “true”/”false” values).