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My pet IoT project :)

What? I have a few pet coding projects in Github. I usually maintain them as private repositories. The reason I keep them private is because they are Proof of Concept type work (and are also skunk-work). One such project I started a few months back was an IoT prototype. What I wanted to develop was an application that qualifies as an IoT use case and structure it in such a way that the architecture, design, development, deployment and continuous delivery is laid out as a pattern. During the course of development, I found out about a few cloud based technologies such as Pubnub ( ) and Google's Firebase ( ). The text below is directly from the README of my project at  I'm making this project public from today, and hope this helps someone else to get started! ~tyrell   Control 'Things' from the Internet This is a Proof of Concept application I ma