Connectivity is often the first challenge in the Internet of Things (IoT) world, that’s why more than three years ago we released Azure IoT SDKs. Azure IoT SDKs enable developers to build IoT applications that interact with IoT Hub and the IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.
Transforming mobile devices into Internet of Things (IoT) devices have been gaining traction in the IoT space. Mobile devices have a wide range of sensors and a big screen, but most importantly, they are ubiquitous and they are getting cheaper.
Let’s hear from Manuel Cantone from STMicroelectronics on connecting the STM32 to the cloud via Azure!
Azure IoT Hub C SDK is written in ANSI C (C99), which makes it well-suited for a variety of platforms with small disk and memory footprint. We recommend at least 64KB of RAM, but the exact memory footprint depends on the protocol used, the number of connections opened, as well as the platform targeted.
Since the release in 2016, developers are using our Azure IoT Python SDK to write device and back-end applications to connect to Azure IoT Hub and Device Provisioning Service, as well as writing modules for Azure IoT Edge (preview). Python is a popular choice for prototyping, and it is gaining traction in the embedded world.
Whether your iOS project is written in Swift or Objective-C, you can leverage our device SDK and service SDK directly and begin turning your iOS device into an IoT device!
Azure IoT SDKs make it easy for developers to begin coding and deploy applications for Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.
The Azure IoT SDKs now have a new Long-Term Support (LTS) Branch. While we develop our SDKs on public GitHub repositories and ship a new version every other week to give developers access to the…
Azure IoT provides a set of open-source Software Development Kits (SDKs) to simplify and accelerate the development of IoT solutions build with Azure IoT Hub.