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Project Summary

The IoTivity project was created to bring together the open source community to accelerate the development of the framework and services required to connect these billions of devices.
The IoTivity project is sponsored by the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), a group of industry leaders who will be developing a standard specification and certification program to address these challenges.
IoTivity will deliver an open source reference implementation of the OIC standard specifications, yet will not be limited to those requirements.

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C++
45%
C
28%
Java
20%
15 Other
7%

30 Day Summary

Apr 21 2019 — May 21 2019

12 Month Summary

May 21 2018 — May 21 2019
  • 415 Commits
    Down -1801 (81%) from previous 12 months
  • 30 Contributors
    Down -44 (59%) from previous 12 months