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internet-of-things

The internet of things, or IoT, describes the network of physical objects (things) that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the internet. The Internet of Things means taking all the things in the world and connecting them to the internet.

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tomikaa87
tomikaa87 commented Dec 30, 2020

Blynk library version: master branch at 144a90f3bdb66c3b6c03cce0335c1f1e304d91d6
IDE: VS Code + PlatformIO
IDE version: 1.52.1
Board type: ESP8266
Additional modules: Arduino ESP8266

Scenario, steps to reproduce

Blynk.run() blocks if there is no internet connection on the network and connecting to a local server via SSL.
According to my investigation, `BlynkArduinoClientSecure::conn

good first issue

🐝 IoT Technical Guide --- 从零搭建高性能物联网平台及物联网解决方案和Thingsboard源码分析 (IoT Platform, SaaS, MQTT, CoAP, HTTP, Modbus, OPC, WebSocket, 物模型,Protobuf, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Spring Security, OAuth2, RuleEngine, Kafka, Docker)

  • Updated Jun 21, 2022
  • Java
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dborovcanin
dborovcanin commented Nov 26, 2019

FEATURE REQUEST

  1. Is there an open issue addressing this request? If it does, please add a "+1" reaction to the
    existing issue, otherwise proceed to step 2.
    No.

  2. Describe the feature you are requesting, as well as the possible use case(s) for it.
    Add endpoint for listing User keys to the Auth service.

  3. Indicate the importance of this feature to you (must-have, should-have,

iotex-core

SiteWhere is an industrial strength open-source application enablement platform for the Internet of Things (IoT). It provides a multi-tenant microservice-based infrastructure that includes device/asset management, data ingestion, big-data storage, and integration through a modern, scalable architecture. SiteWhere provides REST APIs for all system functionality. SiteWhere provides SDKs for many common device platforms including Android, iOS, Arduino, and any Java-capable platform such as Raspberry Pi rapidly accelerating the speed of innovation.

  • Updated Nov 11, 2021
  • Java