Samsung Bets on JavaScript for the IoT

Samsung open-sources IoT.js and JerryScript

Sourced through Scoop.it from: news.softpedia.com

There’s no surprise Samsung is choosing JavaScript over Java for IoT devices, being a much safer legal alternative to Oracle’s Java.

The language is also much more loved amongst developers, being GitHub’s most used programming language for the past three years and benefiting from a huge community of developers, which could easily become IoT app makers with a few strokes of their keyboards.

Samsung’s vision for using IoT.js and JerryScript for IoT development is presented in the architecture’s chart below.

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