The Particle API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Particle with other applications and devices. The API allows them to write functions to their device's firmware and then call them from an app in real-time. Some example API methods include turning the wi-fi off and on, connecting devices, and managing devices.
Particle is a product that allows users to connect all types of electronics to the internet using cellular connectivity.
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The Particle Android Sample Code by Particle demonstrates how developers can access the REST API to implement IoT features. With this tinker app available on the Google Play Store, developers can create internet of things projects starting with a prototype. The code is on GitHub. The app can be downloaded from Play.
The Particle iOS Sample Code by Particle demonstrates how REST API interaction can access IoT features. By using the SDK, developers can manage user sessions, claim devices, obtain instances, read variables from devices, invoke variable functions, and publish events from a mobile application.