About the OCF Developer Program
The OCF Developer Program consists of:
- Getting started with IoTivity - including overviews on IoTivity and IoTivity Lite, security concepts in OCF, and more
- Developer Training Information - additional training information on how to “get started” with IoTivity.
- Development Resources and Solutions - information on available platforms and services, such as the Raspberry Pi 3 Board
Getting Started with IoTivity
For detailed information on how to get started with IoTivity, please visit this page: https://iotivity.org/getting-started
Instructions on how to build, run, generate OCF server code, and interact with sample applications for OCF servers are outlined in the getting started guide.
The OCF Developer Training will show you how to set up an IoTivity development environment on a Raspberry Pi 3 board via the Getting Started Guide. The OCF Developer Kit includes a Raspberry Pi 3 board and additional hardware to get you started with IoT development using IoTivity APIs and interacting with sensor/actuator devices.
OCF Developer Training Instruction:
- General OCF introduction:
- Additional tools:
To watch OCF experts presenting the above materials, please click here.
- OCF Developer Training Slides in Mandarin:
- Automated Development for Cross-Platform Internet of Things (跨平台的物联网络的自动化开发过程)
- Beijing University Posts and Telecommunications Presentation (物联网标准发展及OCF开源应用研究)
- SURE Presentation to OCF
Development Resources and Solutions (alphabetical by name)
Building blocks for developers building OCF devices and services:
If you have an OCF compatible solution, developer kit, or service that you would like to list here, please contact email@example.com to submit your request for consideration.
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