NOTE: Soletta Project is reaching END OF LIFE and will be shut down.
More information will be published soon regarding the End Of Life process.

About

Soletta Project is a development framework that makes writing software for IoT devices easier. By abstracting hardware and operating system details from a program, Soletta Project allows developers to easily write software for controlling actuators and sensors and communicating using standard technologies. Both portable and scalable, Soletta Project enables developers to reuse their code and knowledge in all stages of development and across different platform sizes, even the smallest smart devices.

Provides downloads for current and archived Soletta Project releases, including the development application and visual editor.

Provides a complete, searchable guide to the use of the Soletta Project and associated nodes, APIs and hardware and operating system support.

Getting Started

With Soletta Project's libraries developers can easily write software for devices that control actuators/sensors and communicate using standard technologies.


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All Documentation

This page has a more comprehensive list of Soletta Project's documentation (i.e C API, flows etc) as well as sample applications.


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Training Material

Soletta Project's code is accompanied by samples that demonstrates the usage of node types in several scenarios. Some of these examples are meant to be executed on specific boards.


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Get Involved

Soletta Project is a framework developed in the open source for device developers of all skill levels. Download and use the tools and contribute your thoughts and development expertise to the evolution of the framework to help tailor it to better suit your device development needs.

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Ecosystem feeds

November 20, 2018

In October we held a Krita developers' sprint in Deventer. One of my goals for the sprint was to start implementing High Dynamic Range (HDR) display support for Krita. Now almost a month have passed and I am finally ready to publish some...

November 20, 2018

KDAB is offering eight superb Training Classes in Berlin, you can see the list below, which includes one run by our long-term collaborator, froglogic. All the rest are delivered by KDAB engineers.

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November 20, 2018

When creating clang-tidy checks, it is common to extract parts of AST Matcher expressions to local variables. I expanded on this in a...

November 20, 2018
On the 2nd of December, the Kdenlive team will be having a bug squash day in preparation for the major refactoring release due in April 2019. This is a great...
November 19, 2018

Within Netherlands each company is by law required to have first responders. These handle various situations until the professionals arrive. It’s usually one of (possible) fire, medical or an evacuation. Normally I’d post this at Google+ but as...

November 19, 2018

We’ve previously blogged about some of the features of...

Contact

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