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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Another way to celebrate 5k!

We know the geeks' network is about business, not-for-all humor and the public does not put hands together for postings of this kind (luckily, not about cats). But...
U R simply the best.
5000 stars on GitHub



Monday, December 30, 2019

ThingsBoard's letter to Santa!

Hello friends,


We have gained 4.9k stars on GitHub. Thanks everyone who supports, contributes or values our products. We'd like to share our holiday mood with you. PS: It is one more day to make 5k miracle.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

ThingsBoard sews Industry4.0

Dear friends! We would like to share with you this moment of small success. Citeve team has resurrected an old sewing facility. A new breath with a strong I4.0 approach. Just enjoy the case and do not hesitate too share your results with our team.


Friday, September 27, 2019

This team builds not a code only

We are strong not in coding only. These pics are taken from the Race nation Ukraine contest. Happy faces of those, who have wiped a sweat, blood and mud 20 minutes ago are as follows. This is one more reason to join our team. https://lnkd.in/guPVmDn hashtag


Tuesday, August 20, 2019

TingsBoard has reached a 4k goal. Whe-e-e

Amazing things happen, dear friends!



3 months ago we reached 3k 💫 on GitHub. And it was fascinating. But today 4000 STARS cake and gratitude for your support and belief in ThingsBoard is in the office. You've made this day! All of you who day-by-day improve our platform: contributors, customers, friends and competitors. Thank y'all!

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Friday, August 9, 2019

It's all about connectivity...

Hello fellows,

You should have heard about LoRa, yeah? And you probably know that ThingsBoard supports their devices. To get started with setup of LoRa server so that it forwards collected data to ThingsBoard LoRaserver team  has recently designed a guide. Easy-deasy



If you completed all the steps, then ThingsBoard will receive uplink data (or telemetry) and LoRa App Server will forward data for your Device, using the Access Token for authentication.