How to learn CoAP in 5 minutes #IoTFriday

| January 30, 2015

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Today at the #iotFriday of thethings.iO we would like to talk about the new #iot communication protocol CoAP. During the #iotfriday i will talk about some basics related with CoAP, just to get started.

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