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WoTKit: A Lightweight Toolkit for the Web of Things

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WoTKit: A Lightweight Toolkit for the Web of Things. / Blackstock, Michael; Lea, Rodger.

WoT 2012 - Third International Workshop on the Web of Things. 2012.

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Harvard

Blackstock, M & Lea, R 2012, WoTKit: A Lightweight Toolkit for the Web of Things. in WoT 2012 - Third International Workshop on the Web of Things. WoT 2012: 3rd International Workshop on the Web Of Things., Newcastle, United Kingdom, 18-18 June.

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Blackstock, M., & Lea, R. (2012). WoTKit: A Lightweight Toolkit for the Web of Things. In WoT 2012 - Third International Workshop on the Web of Things.

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Blackstock M, Lea R. WoTKit: A Lightweight Toolkit for the Web of Things. In WoT 2012 - Third International Workshop on the Web of Things. 2012.

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Blackstock, Michael; Lea, Rodger / WoTKit: A Lightweight Toolkit for the Web of Things.

WoT 2012 - Third International Workshop on the Web of Things. 2012.

Research output: Contribution in Book/Report/ProceedingsPaper

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title = "WoTKit: A Lightweight Toolkit for the Web of Things",
keywords = "Internet of Things, Toolkit",
author = "Michael Blackstock and Rodger Lea",
year = "2012",
month = "6",
booktitle = "WoT 2012 - Third International Workshop on the Web of Things",

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N2 - In this position paper, we discuss our experiences with a<br/>lightweight Web of Things (WoT) toolkit and use those<br/>experiences to explore what an effective WoT toolkit looks like.<br/>We argue that while the WoT community has experimented, like<br/>us, with a variety of toolkits, it hasn’t yet found one that appeals<br/>sufficiently to a broad range of developers. This failure, we<br/>believe, is hindering the adoption of the WoT and the growth of<br/>the community. We conclude the paper with a set of open<br/>questions, which, although not exhaustive, are aimed at opening<br/>up a community discussion on the needs of developers and how<br/>best the community can meet those needs and so further the<br/>adoption of the WoT. In essence, we believe that the time may be<br/>right to begin to agree on some basic functionality and approaches<br/>to WoT toolkits.<br/>

AB - In this position paper, we discuss our experiences with a<br/>lightweight Web of Things (WoT) toolkit and use those<br/>experiences to explore what an effective WoT toolkit looks like.<br/>We argue that while the WoT community has experimented, like<br/>us, with a variety of toolkits, it hasn’t yet found one that appeals<br/>sufficiently to a broad range of developers. This failure, we<br/>believe, is hindering the adoption of the WoT and the growth of<br/>the community. We conclude the paper with a set of open<br/>questions, which, although not exhaustive, are aimed at opening<br/>up a community discussion on the needs of developers and how<br/>best the community can meet those needs and so further the<br/>adoption of the WoT. In essence, we believe that the time may be<br/>right to begin to agree on some basic functionality and approaches<br/>to WoT toolkits.<br/>

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