The electric imp is a tiny hardware module that can be installed in an electronic device. Once installed, it connects the device with the imp cloud, allowing it to interact with software, third-party services, and external servers. The imp can help users monitor the health and activity of their electronic devices anytime, anywhere. The electric imp API enables developers to access local hardware and remote cloud functionality for an imp device.
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The Electric Imp NodeJS SDK aids the construction of the tools that implement the integrated development environment (IDE) functionality of the Imp Build API. The SDK responds to a wide variety of devices and models associated with developers’ accounts.