The Web of Things framework by WoT.City open source project. It contains various WoT servers, including websocket broker WoT server, CoAP WoT server and etc.
The IoT device can send sensory data to the broker server and the broker server can consequently forward the data to multiple clients. The broker server architecture is especially designed for IoT constrained devices.
There is a SDK that you can also use
wotcity.io as the SDK.
There are various ways to get involved with WoT.City Web of Things Framework. We're looking for help identifying bugs, writing documentation and contributing codes.
You can join the discussion with us at wotcity/wotcity-wot-framework.
Bugs are reported via https://github.com/wotcity/wotcity-wot-framework.
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