For instance, you can set up a Pebble smartwatch to act as a controller for “robots” (connected devices) like a Nest thermostat or Phillips Hue lightbulb. Or you can build your own projects by wiring physical sensors to development boards like Arduino or Tessel, and program them with Cylon.JS to interact with other devices independently.
Cylon.JS was created by The Hybrid Group, a Los Angeles software consultancy, with input from an open community of developers around the world. The first stable version of the framework was released last week, and you can find the source code on GitHub.
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