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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With the Particle Objective-C Cloud SDK by Particle, developers can interact with hardware devices and the Cloud API using an internet connection. The kit contains Cocoa Pods installation, variables & functions, and OAuth client configuration. It requires iOS 7.1+ and XCode 6.0+. The previous name of Particle used to be Spark. Along with the main Internet of Things service, the company now offers a data intelligence collaboration with Microsoft Azure.
The Particle iOS Cloud SDK by Particle allows REST API interaction with the aim to manage user sessions, claim devices, read variables, request functions, and publish events. With the SDK, developers can integrate internet of things & data intelligence features into applications.
The Particle Android Cloud SDK by Particle allows interaction Cloud API interaction. Documentation includes a wrapper to work with hardware using internet connection and a library to permit the app to set up devices. With this SDK, users can get a list of a user's Particle devices, read variables from devices, and invoke functions from devices. Additionally, they can manage tokens and claim devices from a user account. In the near future, developers will be able to publish events from the mobile app. Particle is an Internet of Things service, recently offering data intelligence features.