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awesome-iot - Awesome IoT

  •    Python

IoTSeeker This scanner will scan a network for specific types of IoT devices to detect if they are using the default, factory set credentials. nShield ★ 66 ⧗ 35 - An Easy and Simple Anti-DDoS solution for VPS,Dedicated Servers and IoT devices based on iptables.

MQTTX - MQTT X - Elegant Cross-platform MQTT 5.0 Desktop Client

  •    Vue

MQTT X is a cross-platform MQTT 5.0 client tool open sourced by EMQ, which can run on macOS, Linux and Windows, and supports formatting MQTT payload. MQTT X simplifies the operation logic of the page with the help of chatting software. The user can quickly create a connection to save and establish multiple connection clients at the same time. It is convenient for the user to quickly test the connection of MQTT/TCP、MQTT/TLS, MQTT/WebSocket Publish / Subscribe functions and other features.

Daptin - GraphQL/JSON-API Headless CMS

  •    Javascript

Daptin is a headless CMS framework to develop and deploy production-ready JSON API based servers. Its feature include Database backed persistence, Rest JSON APIs, OAuth Authentication, Host static sites on multiple sub-domains, Use any cloud storage providers as persistence for files and assets.

embarc_applications - Complete embARC applications from embARC team and community

  •    C

This repository contains various applications based on embARC OSP, developed by the embARC team and the community (users, ARC licensees, students, hobbyists, etc). Here are steps to use this repo.

manage-control-device-node-red - Create, connect and simulate devices with Watson Data Platform and Node-Red

  •    Javascript

Build an IoT project with a simualted device that sends events for data monitoring on Watson IoT Platform on IBM Cloud. This guide steps you through the process of connecting devices to Watson IoT Platform, monitoring and acting on device data.

mbed-cloud-client - Mbed Cloud Client library

  •    C

This repository contains ARM Mbed Cloud Client: a library that connects devices to Mbed Cloud service and to Mbed-enabled cloud services from our partners. The documentation is collected under the docs directory and it is also hosted here.

irsync - rsync on interval, via command line binary or docker container

  •    Go

Command line utility and Docker container for running rsync on an interval. rsync, synchronizes (one way) files between two sources, irsync wrapps rsync and runs it on a specified interval. As a basic command-line utility, the only requirement is rsync. As a Docker container the conly requirement is Docker. The docker container size with all the requirements is only around 5 megs.

climate-control-sample - IoT reference sample for Climate Control

  •    HTML

You can deploy your own instance to Bluemix. To do this, you can either use the Create Toolchain button for an automated deployment or follow the steps below to create and deploy your app manually. Sign up for Bluemix, or use an existing account.

control-freak - IDE for IoT & friends

  •    Javascript

No matter its installed locally or globally, control-freak will create a user workspace at /home/user/.control-freak. First you connect your device, then you build "commands" for your device's functionality and as last you drag those commands on GUI elements like buttons. As last step, you export the whole thing The IDE deploys your scripts to the OSX, Windows, Linux, Raspberry-PI, ARM-6+ or to your preferred web server.

rxtx - Queue based data collector, transmitter with store-and-forward

  •    Go

rxtx is a queue based data collector > data transmitter. Useful for online/offline data collection, back pressure buffering or general queuing. rxtx uses bbolt maintained by CoreOs, a single file database for storing messages before they can be sent. rtbeat was developed to consume rxtx POST data and publish as events into elasticsearch, logstash, kafka, redis or directly to log files.

Magic-Leap-Gesture-IoT-Example - Control lights in the physical world from the augmented world using hand gestures

  •    CSharp

Imagine a world where you walk in a smart home, look at a smart light in the room, make a gesture with your hands, and the light turns off or on. Swipe with a hand to change the channel on your TV. Glance at a thermostat and speak your preferred temperature aloud. This isn't the future. This is all possible now with the Magic Leap One and PubNub. This project demonstrates how to control an RGB LED or a power strip with an Arduino using Magic Leap Gestures and PubNub. Learn more about how to build your own smart home with Magic Leap and PubNub from the tutorial.

KnowFlow_AWM - KnowFlow Automatic Water Monitoring device is an open sourced tool enable everyone having access to first hand water quality data with low cost

  •    C

KnowFlow is an open source water monitoring device and an education program. For the device part, KnowFlow is designed for environmental activists, researchers, students... anyone who wants to know the water quality using low cost and customized tools. It is based on arduino uno and can currently monitor 5 parameters: Temperature, pH, ORP, Electrical conductivity and Dissolved Oxygen. The data is stored on a micro SD card and can be read directly on phone by bluetooth (except for Dissolved Oxygen). All the modules are easy to change or add. Most of the sensors used are from DFRobot and Atlas Scientific, the main 2 sensor suppliers for Arduino users.

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