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[Developer] Samsung Opens Development of IoT.js, Enables Interoperability to Lightweight Devices

Samsung Electronics has recently started the development of IoT.js, a web-based Internet of Things (IoT) platform that connects lightweight devices, which can be a micro-controller with only a few kilobytes of available RAM. This is the start of the development process of the platform for Samsung, as they hope they can get collaboration and input from developers along the way.
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Jul 21, 2015

 
Samsung Electronics has recently started the development of IoT.js, a web-based Internet of Things (IoT) platform that connects lightweight devices, which can be a micro-controller with only a few kilobytes of available RAM. This is the start of the development process of the platform for Samsung, as they hope they can get collaboration and input from developers along the way.

 

”We will look to expand interoperability among more devices through the IoT.js project,” said Kyeongwoon Lee, Vice President of Software Center at Samsung Electronics. “IoT.js is a platform that will be built together with developers, and it is our hope that many developers will actively participate in this project with us.”

 

The IoT.js platform is comprised of JerryScript, a lightweight version of the JavaScript engine, and IoT.js which is a lightweight version of node.js. The projects aim is to make all devices interoperable, from home appliances, mobile devices and televisions, to lightweight and small devices such as lamps, thermometers, switches and sensors.

For more information how to participate in the development, please visit www.iotjs.net and www.jerryscript.net.

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