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firmware - Device OS (Firmware) for Particle Devices

  •    C

This is the main source code repository of the Particle firmware libraries. To get started building firmware locally, see Getting Started.

docs - Documentation for Particle

  •    CSS

Here you'll find the documentation for the Particle platform, including the Particle Device Cloud, Photon, Electron, and Spark Core. To view this documentation, visit our website, where the documentation is hosted.

hardware-libraries - Particle parts for computer-aided design (CAD)


In this repository you'll find libraries of Particle devices for use in CAD software. PCB footprints or land patterns for Eagle are provided as a reference and you may need to adjust them for your application.

particle-api-js - JS Library for the Particle API

  •    Javascript

particle-api-js is available from npm to use in Node.js, bower or jsDelivr CDN for use in the browser. First, read the documentation for Particle API JS on the Documentation website. It contains examples to get started.

particle-cli - Command Line Interface for Particle Cloud and devices

  •    Javascript

Particle's full-stack Internet of Things (IoT) device platform gives you everything you need to securely and reliably connect your IoT devices to the web. For more details please visit www.particle.io. For the most up-to-date installation instructions, including Windows installer, see CLI - Installation on our documentation site.

particle-sdk-ios - Official Particle Cloud SDK for iOS

  •    Objective-C

Particle iOS Cloud SDK is available under the Apache License 2.0. See the LICENSE file for more info.

spark-sdk-android - Official Particle Cloud SDK for Android

  •    Java

The Particle Android Cloud SDK is available under the Apache License 2.0. See the LICENSE file for the complete text of the license.

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