Best practices for IoT development

Applying lessons from mobile development to your IoT projects

From the developerWorks archives

Andrew Fisher

Date archived: February 12, 2018 | First published: September 02, 2015

When developing in the Internet of Things (IoT) space, you must consider connectivity, security, and privacy. And, given the nature of always-connected devices, you must also consider power consumption, chip speed, memory, and firmware updates. All of these critical factors determine whether your IoT product might be successful or not. This article examines good mobile development patterns and how you can apply them to IoT development to help make your IoT "thing" more likely to succeed.

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Zone=Internet of Things, Mobile development
ArticleTitle=Best practices for IoT development