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Offline Anuruddha

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Magicbit-An easy IoT platform for everyone (Kickstarter)
« on: April 25, 2021, 12:29:24 pm »
Are you ready for what’s coming?

Internet of Things or IoT is the Internet-connected smart devices. From home to industries, IoT is revolutionizing the entire world, connecting the unconnected.

IoT and the technologies involved in it are indeed quite complex. Electronics, programming, web development, communication — there are lots of topics combined. With all these, creating a simple IoT application is not easy.

But don’t give up just yet! Because we have the perfect solution.

You might be a student, tech geek, professional, IoT developer, or learner. You might also like to learn IoT, but do not know where to start. Whoever you are, whatever level you are at, we’ll help you learn how to make your home devices “talk” to each other via an easy IoT platform.

Introducing you — Magicbit; an all-in-one platform for coding, prototyping, electronics, robotics, IoT, and solution designing.

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Offline agehall

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Re: Magicbit-An easy IoT platform for everyone (Kickstarter)
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2021, 06:38:53 pm »
Looking for your valuable ideas on this.

It took you two years to get to the point where you make this a kickstarter? I think you are proposing a poor solution to a problem that didn’t need one.
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Re: Magicbit-An easy IoT platform for everyone (Kickstarter)
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2021, 06:20:16 pm »
It's a good concept for beginners and non-programmers, but hardly unique. A couple of quick things:

1. My AV prevented access to
We blocked this dangerous page for your protection:
Accessed by: waterfox.exe
Dangerous pages attempt to install software that can harm the device, gather personal information or operate without your consent.

2. I wonder if the back of a oLED display is a good location for a WiFi antenna.

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