Articles tagged “webthings”
Flying the Nest: WebThings Gateway 1.0
After four years of incubation at Mozilla, we are excited to announce the release of WebThings Gateway 1.0 and a new home for the WebThings platform. This blog post will explain what to expect from the 1.0 release, the action you need to take if you want to transition your existing WebThings Gateway to new community-run infrastructure, and what to expect from the WebThings project going forward.
Mozilla WebThings Gateway Kit by OKdo
Mozilla WebThings Gateway is an open source software distribution focused on privacy, security, and interoperability. It provides a web-based user interface to monitor and control smart home devices over the web. OKdo, a UK vendor offerings IoT technology for hobbyists, educators, and entrepreneurs, has announced the release of the WebThings Gateway Kit, with everything you need to get the Gateway up and running in minutes.
WebThings Gateway Goes Global
A walkthrough of what's new in the WebThings Gateway 0.11 release, which lets you build your own web things with the latest WebThings Framework libraries. The biggest change in this release is that we now reach WebThings Gateway users in 24 languages beyond English, thanks to translations from WebThings community members around the world. Thank you.
Thermostats, Locks and Extension Add-ons – WebThings Gateway 0.10
Today we are releasing WebThings Gateway 0.10. This new release comes with support for thermostats and smart locks, as well as an updated add-ons system including extension add-ons, which enable developers to extend the gateway user interface. We’ve also added localisation settings so that you can choose your country, language, time zone and unit preferences.
Empowering User Privacy and Decentralizing IoT with Mozilla WebThings
In designing Mozilla WebThings, we have consciously insulated users from servers that could harvest their data, including our own Mozilla servers, by offering an interoperable, decentralized IoT solution. Learn about the user research that informs our project, and how we've engineered privacy by design into every aspect of Mozilla WebThings.
Introducing Mozilla WebThings
Project Things is graduating from its early experimental phase and from now on will be known as Mozilla WebThings. This platform for monitoring and controlling devices over the web consists of the WebThings Gateway, a software distribution for smart home gateways focused on privacy, security and interoperability, and the WebThings Framework, a collection of reusable software components that help developers build their own web-connected things.