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Monday, April 4 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
JavaScript for OCF Applications - Sakari Poussa, Intel

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Iotivity and Soletta are open source implementations of the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) specification. Iotivity has many language bindings (APIs) including C, C+ and Java. Soletta has only C. Unfortunately, JavaScript is not included – yet. Also, front end web developers are missing the OCF APIs.In this presentation you will learn about OCF JavaScript APIs and how to use them. Both, Node.JS and Cordova modules are under development, enabling both back end and front end web developers to create OIC compliant applications by using only JavaScript. All implementations are open source, using Node.JS, Soletta, IoTivity and Cordova projects. Sakari will also talk about the OCF REST APIs, which allows cloud and mobile applications to participate OCF compliant ecosystem. Finally, Sakari will talk how to scale down the JavaScript runtime to MCU devices yet compliant with OCF specification.

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Sakari Poussa

Software Architect, Intel
Sakari Poussa is a software architect in Intel’s Open Source Technology Center located in Espoo, Finland, leading web and IoT technology development. Previous to joining Intel, Sakari | directed the software engineering efforts of Nokia’s Linux-based mobile operating systems (Maemo and MeeGo) for the popular N900 and N9 device series. At Intel, Sakari has been | working on open source projects including Tizen and Crosswalk web runtime... Read More →



Monday April 4, 2016 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Harbor Ballroom D

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