With Carriots, programmers can create products and services using the IoT platform in 5 steps: connecting devices, collecting data, managing devices, building apps, and running the applications on Carriots platform. The SDK was created with Groovy, a language for the Java platform. In particular, the SDK can be used in listener's expressions, rule scripts, and Carriots test console.
At Google I/O 2019, the host company announced plans to release the Local Home SDK. This new solution, which was recently launched as a developer preview, aims to reduce latency and improve reliability by allowing smart home device providers to run actions locally rather than in the cloud.
Yahoo has just released a major update to YQL, the Yahoo Query Language platform they first launched late last year as part of their Yahoo Open Strategy. YQL is a SQL-like programming interface to all Yahoo data that can also support non-Yahoo data as well (think of queries that look like: select id from flickr.photos.search where text='car'). This week's release adds a set of new features called Yahoo Execute which begin putting in place more pieces of a powerful cloud-based development platform.