ProcessOne curates two monthly newsletters – tech-focused Real-time Stack and business-focused Real-time Enterprise. Here are the articles concerning tech aspects of real-time development we found interesting in Issue #10. To receive this newsletter straight in your inbox on the day it’s published, subscribe here.
The Kontalk Network is a community-driven free instant messaging network designed for smartphones and tablets, based on XMPP. The network uses phone numbers to identify clients, without the need to remember user IDs or usernames.
This is a simple framework for implementing a Google IoT device, written in Go. This package makes use of the context package to handle request cancelation, timeouts, and deadlines.
Internet of things is all about mobility and managing your things from anywhere and everywhere. Hosting the MQTT Broker / IOT Platform on the cloud is a mandate to achieve this. But people are very much paranoid about the security.
By porting some of their microservices from Java to Go, AeroFS reduced their resident memory footprint by orders of magnitude. The AeroFS Appliance is composed of many microservices, and a vast majority of them were written in Java.
What can you do with a couple of IoT devices, Node.js, Elasticsearch, and MQTT? You can put together your own Internet of Things setup for measuring air pollution.
The Xiaomi Dafang IP camera is a indoor motorized WiFi camera capable of 1080P resolution and decent night-vision, its price is cheap but in exchange you are tied to the Xiaomi’s Mi Home App & Cloud. Let’s fix that.