To understand the implementation of the CoAP protocol bridge in the
CoapGateway project, it's important to understand the abstraction model used by Clayster, defined in
Clayster.Library.Abstract. To create a protocol bridge, we only need to implement the actual translation between CoAP operations and the abstraction model since the platform does the rest for us.
In Clayster, you can store objects in the object database, as we have demonstrated earlier. But to manage large quantities of objects in a localized environment, you need to synchronize them across multiple clients and servers in a cluster, import and export them, and so on; this means that more than simple ...