Steven Pemberton

XML Interfaces to the Internet of Things with XForms

Steven Pemberton (CWI, Amsterdam)


The internet of things is predicated on tiny, cheap, lower power computers being embedded in devices everywhere. However such tiny devices by definition have very little memory and computing power available to support user interfaces or extended servers, and so the user interface needs to be distributed over the network.

This paper describes techniques using standard technologies based on XML for creating remote user-interfaces for the Internet of Things.

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Steven Pemberton. "XML Interfaces to the Internet of Things with XForms" Presented at XML London 2015, June 6-7th, 2015. doi:10.14337/XMLLondon15.Pemberton01.

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