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The internet of (Notes) Things

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t is estimated that by 2020 the Internet of Things will connect 4 billion people, 25 billion devices/things, and 25 million applications. And that’s before anybody considered the potential impact of adding 10 million Notes applications to the mix? In this session we will explain the basic concepts behind the Internet of Things and how this translates into the world of Notes/Domino. We will explore the opportunities that exist to integrate the data in your Notes databases into the new global consciousness with a demonstration of an Amazon Echo interface for Domino applications. The IoT represents a huge opportunity for Notes Developers and Administrators to bring the Notes/Domino platform to the fore, and we want to show you how to get started.

Presented at Engage 2018, Rotterdam

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The internet of (Notes) Things

  1. 1. The Internet of (Notes) Things Keith Strickland JavaScript Guru – Red Pill Now The New Chapter Begins #domino2025 Keith Strickland JavaScript Guru – Red Pill Now Peter Presnell CEO – Red Pill Now
  2. 2. Peter Presnell CEO
  3. 3. Keith Strickland JavaScript Guru
  4. 4. Internet OfThings
  5. 5. Internet
  6. 6. Things
  7. 7. HomeThings
  8. 8. Smart Hubs
  9. 9. Gateways
  10. 10. Gateway Protocols
  11. 11. CarThings
  12. 12. RFIDThings
  13. 13. Application Things
  14. 14. IoT Architecture
  15. 15. Triggers
  16. 16. My name is mentioned on twitter I take a photo A contact is added Receive an e- mail from my boss A meeting is about to start It is raining outside Jira task is assigned to me New item added New customer added Triggers
  17. 17. Actions
  18. 18. Actions Approve travel request Turn off lights Create an invoice Post message to a space Create item in SharePoint list Lower temperature 4° Create new to- do Send text message Create contact
  19. 19. Properties
  20. 20. Properties Document Author Light On/off Invoice Amount Attachment Type Travel Request Next Approver Living Room Temperature Task Due Date Front Door Unlocked Contact Phone Number
  21. 21. Recipes
  22. 22. Recipes
  23. 23. Process Automation
  24. 24. Internet of NotesThings
  25. 25. NotesTactics
  26. 26. REST API GET POST PUT PATCH DELETE
  27. 27. REST API
  28. 28. REST API
  29. 29. MicroServicesArchitecture
  30. 30. AgentsArchitecture
  31. 31. Front End CodeArchitecture
  32. 32. Back End CodeArchitecture
  33. 33. WebhooksCoding
  34. 34. PostmanTesting
  35. 35. OpenAPI (Swagger)Documentation
  36. 36. Adapters
  37. 37. Voice Input
  38. 38. Voice Input “Approve Nathan’s Travel Request”
  39. 39. So, you want to create an Alexa skill?
  40. 40. Alexa Developer Console https://developer.amazon.com
  41. 41. Parts of an Alexa Skill
  42. 42. Interaction Model
  43. 43. Invocation Phrase lotus rotterdam
  44. 44. Intents
  45. 45. Intents: Sample Utterances Get sessions by {AMAZON.Person} Get {AMAZON.TIME} sessions
  46. 46. SlotTypes Value: Nathan Freeman Synonyms: the ntf, ntf, freeman, the freeman, n t f, the n t f, the n. t. f.
  47. 47. Dialog Model
  48. 48. Interfaces
  49. 49. AWS Services Console https://www.amazon.com/developer
  50. 50. Lambda Function
  51. 51. node.js
  52. 52. ask-sdk
  53. 53. https://aws.amazon.com/cli
  54. 54. Adding your skill to Alexa https://alexa.amazon.com
  55. 55. Skills ->Your Skills
  56. 56. Dev Skills
  57. 57. The Code
  58. 58. Opportunities for Improvement
  59. 59. Reusability is the Goal Keith Strickland JavaScript Guru – Red Pill Now 11:30 Sky Room (Bridge Deck) #domino2025

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