Subject: IoT development tool | Web of Things | Internet of Things | TP1-1185 | Chemical technology | visual programming tool | Article
Many Internet of Things (IoT) applications are emerging and evolving rapidly thanks to widespread open-source hardware platforms. Most of the high-end open-source IoT platforms include built-in peripherals, such as the universal asynchronous receiver and transmitter (UA... View more
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