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Mastering Internet of Things by Peter Waher

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Interacting with your things

The best way to understand how these attributes and properties work to create a dynamic concentrator is to spend some time and examine the Waher.Things.Arduino project, available in the IoT Gateway repository. It defines an object structure for what we did in the previous chapter, with the difference that this time objects are generalized. This means that depending on which objects we choose to create at runtime and how we configure them, we can change the functionality of our concentrator. We can choose to add different types and numbers of sensors and actuators, and all in runtime, using our administrative client:

Architecture of the Arduino project

The Arduino project contains three classes that represent ...

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