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IoT-Ignite Services Authentication

OAuth2 and IoT-Ignite Services The OAuth 2.0 authorization framework enables a third-party application to obtain limited access to an HTTP...
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Getting Sensor Data

Getting Sensor Data IoT-Ignite provides REST APIs to get latest or historical sensor data for using in web services or...
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Using IoT-Ignite MQTT Client

Using IoT-Ignite MQTT Client MQTT stands for MQ Telemetry Transport. It is a publish/subscribe, extremely simple and lightweight messaging protocol,...
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Getting Sensor Data with Websocket

Getting Sensor Data with Websocket The HTML5 WebSockets specification defines an API that enables web pages to use the WebSockets...
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IoT-Ignite Rule Editor

IoT-Ignite Rule Editor IoT-Ignite Rule Editor is a drag&drop tool to create rules on the data obtained from gateways. These...
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Gateway Container – Mode

Gateway Container – Mode In IoT-Ignite we name gateway containers as mode. Mode is a container that includes policies, applications, files,...
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Sensor Data Configurations

Sensor Data Configurations Gateways powered by Ignite Agent do not send sensor data until the sensors registered to gateways have...
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Rule Actions Using External Services

Rule Actions Using External Services IoT-Ignite rules may have actions that call external services. Built-in rule actions using external services in IoT-Ignite...
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