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Constrained Application Protocol: Python

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Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) is a RESTful transfer protocol for resource-constrained networks and nodes in embedded and wireless sensor systems. CoAPy allows Python applications to use and provide CoAP network services.

This version is extremely outdated and is not maintained. Consider using libcoap, also hosted on SourceForge.

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Programming Language

Python

Registered

2010-07-09

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