What is Wubby?
Wubby is an ecosystem of software components and services for rapid development of everyday objects.
Everyday objects are physical objects embedded with electronics, software, sensors and network connectivity to collect and exchange data. A network of everyday objects is also known as Internet
of Things (IoT).
At the core of this ecosystem is Wubby VM, that runs in the heart of an everyday object, the microcontroller. Its main duty is simple, to provide a hardware agnostic environment for the creation of interoperable applications inside each everyday object.
And to make things even better, Wubby VM has built-in Python support, so programming an everyday object becomes as simple as writing a Python script.
But how one can develop and install an application for an everyday object? And how these everyday objects can be managed? Here the Wubby VM friends come to the rescue:
Wubby IDE is a platform independent development environment for configuration, debugging and simulation of everyday objects
Wubby Cloud is a bunch of protocols and web services for application deployment and backend device management
Wubby Client is the main tool for user interaction with everyday objects including managing them and installing/updating new apps
Key features of Wubby
Designed for Professionals
Expect powerful toolset, fast development with platform agnostic IDE, interactive debugging and much
Integrated Cloud Services
Super fast application deployment and backend management using state or the art cloud services out of the box.
Robust implementation of Python 3.4 with all the required modules for i/o, connectivity, configuration.
Designed to be secure. From the file system storage up to the connectivity protocols.
Designed to create robust and
secure products for IoT
Can easily support any new
protocol for IoT
Fast design cycles, write it once,
run it everywhere
Comprehensive libraries out
of the box
Easy for beginners, powerful
Fast and secure
Complete ecosystem integrated, from the device up to the cloud
Internet connection is not required, traffic can be sent locally
See how Wubby works
Ok, so let’s get inside the Wubby world to see how all these components work together. Since most of us enjoy better the visual information than plain text, we created a “how it works” video for Wubby!
After watching this video and you need to go deeper into the technical details, the Docs page contains everything you need to know about Wubby, from the initial setup up to the protocols and APIs description.