Open Source for Internet of Things
An Open Community in the Home Automation and Domotics space. We believe an Open Source approach can revolutionize the way people create, install, and maintain software in the industry. Our panel technology integrates with your favorite protocol and runtime hardware through Open Source software. We open up the front-end and support a unified panel and visual programming model. An installer can pick and choose hardware products from different vendors and still present one panel UI to the user. A proprietary hardware vendor can build modern panel support and integrate with existing vendors. Whether you are a DIY aficionado, a high-end installer, a hardware vendor or integrator, OpenRemote has something for you. We want to make OpenRemote the standard for commercial and hobbyist integration alike. We allow any integrator or vendor to write plug-ins and bring innovative tools that simplify the work of an installer and the relationship with the client.
Lightweight fully extendable client/server application framework
DotNetOpenServer SDK is an open source lightweight fully extendable TCP socket client/server application framework enabling developers to create highly efficient, fast, secure and robust cloud based smart mobile device and desktop applications. Why? Unlike most application server frameworks, which are implemented over slow inefficient stateless protocols such as HTTP, REST and SOAP that use bulky ASCII data formats such as JSON and XML, DotNetOpenServer has been built from the ground up with highly efficient stateful binary protocols.
BusiProcess is a collection of web2.0/3.0 tools for managing online business activities. There are a core set of modules that form the basis of the system into which a number of customisable and extensible modules can be included.
The aim of this projects is to develop an open source suite (sweet) of products used by Thaste IT, but hopefully also others, to support QA activities and software testing activities at their clients. Need more information? Go to www.sweetthaste.org