IoT stands for Internet of Things, which is a network of physical objects that are embedded with sensors and other technology to enable them to connect to the internet and exchange data. By leveraging the power of the internet, IoT devices can provide useful insights and automated actions to improve efficiency and productivity. In the JavaScript domain, IoT provides developers with the ability to create applications that interact with physical objects and make use of their data. Examples of this include home automation systems, smart lighting, and connected cars.
Joe Karlsson
Joe Karlsson
MongoDB
Talk: An Introduction To IoT; Or How I Built an IoT Kitty Litter Box Using JavaScript
Miroslav Malecha
Miroslav Malecha
Bonitoo
Talk: IoT Center Workshop by InfluxData, Build an IoT App With InfluxDB
Zoe Steinkamp
Zoe Steinkamp
InfluxData
Talk: Building an IoT App With InfluxDB, JavaScript, and Plotly.js
Nico Martin
Nico Martin
GDE in Web Technologies
Talk: WebBluetooth – the Missing Link
Erick Wendel
Erick Wendel
Erick Wendel Training - Professional Educator
Talk: How I've been Using JavaScript to Automate my House
Alina Dima
Alina Dima
Amazon Web Services
Talk: Tools for better Observability in NodeJS Serverless IoT Applications
Kaleb McKelvey
Kaleb McKelvey
Netflix
Talk: Journey Into the Unknown: My Adventure Unravelling the Mysteries of the Netflix TVUI Universe
Sergio Avalos
Sergio Avalos
Spotify
Talk: Let’s Build a TV Spatial Navigation