The AWS IoT is a programmable, Wi-Fi-enabled handheld input device based on the Amazon Dash Button hardware. This button allows Amazon Web Services (AWS) users to automate an action in the AWS public cloud.
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Triggers when you double click on IOT Button.
Triggers when long press on IOT Button.
Triggers when you click on IOT Button.
Triggers when call is made via CloudTalk.
Triggers when a contact is created or updated in CloudTalk.
Create a contact.
Update an existing contact.
AWS IoT is a managed cloud platform that allows devices to connect to the cloud by using MQTT or HTTP. It can be used for both business and consumer products. The basic approach to use AWS IoT is as fplows. First, you define your devices and their attributes. Then, you create rules (if this happens, then do that. Finally, you subscribe to events from those devices, and if any event occurs, an action is triggered.
AWS IoT can work with other services of AWS such as Amazon Kinesis or Amazon S3. In addition, it can also be integrated with other services outside of AWS. For example, the popular serverless framework Serverless Framework supports AWS IoT. It can be used to build applications which use AWS IoT. This makes it easy to build applications on top of AWS IoT in a serverless manner.
CloudTalk is a service which allows applications to talk to each other over the internet. It can be imagined as an “API-in-a-box”. You can easily integrate two different applications when they both use CloudTalk. We need to make an introduction of how it works before going deeper. First, let’s look at the fplowing diagram:
As you can see above, we have three different applications if we assume that A and B are mobile apps and C is a web application. Let’s assume that all three applications allow users to register. If a user registers with app A, then all of his information will be sent to app C. On the other hand, if he registers with app B, then all of his information will go to app C as well. You can imagine the benefit for developers here. Each application only needs to worry about its own registration process, and the rest of the codebase can be shared to other applications via CloudTalk. Furthermore, CloudTalk provides more than just what we have seen above! It also allows sending information between apps asynchronously, so you don’t need to store data on the device temporarily in case you want to send it somewhere else later on. This is especially useful if you want to send some kind of analytics data from one place (like logging. to another (like analytics. Furthermore, it supports sending and receiving messages without authorization (meaning that you don’t need to ask for user permission when sending data. This can be used for sending some kind of signal data from anywhere you might be (like GPS coordinates. to another application. As a last note, CloudTalk has support for multiple languages out of the box, so it’s not limited to just those shown in the previous diagram. If a language you are working with doesn’t support CloudTalk yet, there is a pretty good chance that it will soon though!
In conclusion, we have taken a look at how two great services, AWS IoT and CloudTalk, can be combined to greatly improve the way we write apps today.
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