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Myungjae Lee
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Phil Coval [IoTivity Services]
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 ====== IoTivity Services ====== ====== IoTivity Services ======
  
-IoTivity Services, which are built on the IoTivity base code, provide a common set of functionalities to application development. The primitive services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications and resources and are fully managed by themselves. The **Getting Started with IoTivity Services for** [[getting_started_iotivity_services_for_linux|Linux]],​ Tizen and Android guide provides the necessary development environment and setup to work with each of the services. ​+IoTivity Services, which are built on the IoTivity base code, provide a common set of functionalities to application development. The primitive services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications and resources and are fully managed by themselves. The **Getting Started with IoTivity Services for** [[getting_started_iotivity_services_for_linux|Linux]], ​[[Tizen]] and Android guide provides the necessary development environment and setup to work with each of the services. ​
  
 There are four primitive services, each with its own unique functionality:​ Protocol Plugin Manager, Soft Sensor Manager, Things Manager, and Control Manager. There are four primitive services, each with its own unique functionality:​ Protocol Plugin Manager, Soft Sensor Manager, Things Manager, and Control Manager.
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