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web_service_interface [2015/08/14 13:46]
Sanjeev BA
web_service_interface [2017/01/09 16:09] (current)
Phil Coval
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 === Background == === Background ==
-The IoTivity stack has core and service layers. The core layer provides the required infrastructure for handling connectivity (connectivity abstraction) and resource representation (OCResource). The service layer provides higher level abstractions for the resources like, groups of “things”,​ virtual and logical sensor management and protocol plugin manager for interacting with non-OIC devices. ​+The IoTivity stack has [[core]] and [[service]] layers. The core layer provides the required infrastructure for handling connectivity (connectivity abstraction) and resource representation (OCResource). The service layer provides higher level abstractions for the resources like, groups of “things”,​ virtual and logical sensor management and protocol plugin manager for interacting with non-OIC devices. ​
  
 The IoTivity core layer uses the interfaces provided by the operating system to access and control standard radio technologies like Bluetooth, WiFi, Zigbee. It can provide the required connectivity layer abstraction for applications to talk to devices irrespective of the connectivity type.  The IoTivity core layer uses the interfaces provided by the operating system to access and control standard radio technologies like Bluetooth, WiFi, Zigbee. It can provide the required connectivity layer abstraction for applications to talk to devices irrespective of the connectivity type. 
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web_service_interface.txt · Last modified: 2017/01/09 16:09 by Phil Coval